THE CRYPTKEEPER FIVE SIGN WITH SAY-10 RECORDS; RE-RELEASE 'THE STRONGHOLD' ON VINYL; RELEASE NEW VIDEO
The Cryptkeeper Five (sometimes referred to as CK5) are an American punk rock band formed in Trenton, New Jersey in 1997. They draw influence from artists such as The Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, U2, The Arcade Fire and have been compared to Against Me!, The Misfits, The Gaslight Anthem and The Menzingers.
Recently signed with Richmond, VA label Say-10 Records, the band will be re-releasing their newest record ‘The Stronghold,’ with a bonus cover of Arcade Fire's "Wake Up", exclusively on vinyl.
An alternate master of the track "1000 Keys," done by Roger Lima (bassist of Less Than Jake) at his Moathouse Recording Studio, is also available as a Spotify exclusive starting tomorrow (Friday, October 26) which can be pre-saved at DistroKid by clicking here.
‘The Stronghold’ was recorded by Sean Glonek (Juliana Hatfield, Tonya Donnelly) and mastered by Brian Lucey (The Black Keys, Cage The Elephant, Ghost).
Having toured the US and Canada for several years, in 2016, they started touring internationally, traveling to Germany, London, Liverpool and Belfast.
"We're here to change the world with volume and passion... We are The Cryptkeeper Five from Trenton, New Jersey!"
The Cryptkeeper Five have premiered a video for the song "1000 Keys" on Substream which you can watch now below.
with Stringer 11/15-11/23