Dec 7, 2016

Now Hear This - Creepmas Music


You can't properly deck the halls with parts of Charlie without some festive music playing, right? Here's a few suggestions to get you started.



The Krampus by Jonah Knight is a mellow, folksy song. You could probably slip this one on during a party and anyone actually paying attention will wonder what they're listening to.



Do the Krampus by Party the Hut is a fun surf-style ditty and it's pretty catchy. It sounds like it could have inspired a dance craze in the 50s/60s.


Krampus by Isolated Beingz is about what I imagine a holiday song from Insane Clown Posse would sound like. It's not for me, but I like to give options.
And, oh yeah, explicit lyrics galore.



One Hell of a Christmas certainly puts out one hell of a Christmas album. This hair metal ode to Krampus is definitely worth a listen. And while you're at it, check out the full album for some rockin holiday covers.



The final entry from Krampus Claus is more comedic. Let me see if I can describe it...Imagine Smurfs singing Christmas classics. Now imagine instead of saying Smurf every other word, they say Krampus. There you go.

Do you have any favorite Creepmas tunes?
Let me know!

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Dec 6, 2016

HorrorNaments


Whether you're decorating for Creepmas, Halloween, or you just want to keep that spooky vibe year round, you'll want to check out HorrorNamets!

Their current collection clocks in at 30 horror themed ornaments and they look amazing.
Here's just a few to give you an idea of why you should have stopped reading and clicked over to their site already!


Of course there's the patron saint of Creepmas, Krampus himself.


 I love the look of this guy! Generally I like pumpkin-headed people but you don't see too many pumpkin-headed creatures.


There must have been some black magic in this ol' hat. I really like the eyeballs for buttons.


Every holiday tree needs a creepy clown or it's just not complete.

They've got plenty more HorrorNaments including skulls, pumpkins, a haunted house, and traditional monsters like vampire bats, a mummy, and a werewolf.

I'm a CREEP for The 13 Days of CREEPMAS

Dec 5, 2016

Happy Krampusnacht!

 
December 6th may be the Feast of St Nicholas, but today is Krampusnacht! Although the idea of holding parties and parades to celebrate the darker icon of the holidays started in Austria and Germany, more and more places in the US have embraced it.

By the way, if you're reading this during the 13 Days of Creepmas and don't have a clue who or what Krampus is, click here!


You wouldn't really know it by watching, but this video was taken in Virginia last year. I'm totally on board with what the interviewee is saying and hope more cities over here start having Krampusnacht celebrations.

Here's my Krampus Pinterest board if you just can't get enough.


Don't forget to enter the "O Horrid Night" book giveaway!

I'm a CREEP for The 13 Days of CREEPMAS

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