Launch new website to support video release with full fan club integration.

This was a brand new build from the ground-up as the band had only used their social media accounts and Bandcamp to direct fans to prior to their website and wanted something more professional to compliment their single release. One of the big areas of focus was to create a fan system by fully integrating Bandsintown‘s new email marketing and event listing features – keeping all fan and release management in one place. 

The result was hundreds of new email signups within the first week and 170% increase in engagement across all their platforms! 

We had Joey set up a brand new website for Trick Casket, as the band never had a formal platform outside of Facebook, Instagram, etc, beforehand and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out! Joey has an incredible eye for not only the little details, making sure that things are pixel perfect, but also for overall style and aesthetic choices. The final product is sleek, incredibly fast, and does a fantastic job at representing who the band is in a way that I feel matches the look and feel to our sound. It’s evident at every step of the way that Joey is an absolute professional, and has a wealth of experience - I cannot recommend Joey and BeLoud enough!
Evan Holly
Evan Holly
Guitar, Songwriter - Trick Casket

The band had two very distinct logo types that we wanted to work within the design – one sigil type logo for their drum skins, buttons, and smaller designs, and a bolder, cleaner horizontal logo. Both represent different aspects of the band – industrial, electronic, and we were able to incorporate them in various places on the website and email marketing designs to keep their brand consistency.


Formed in 2017 by vocalist Connor Grant, Trick Casket emerged from Toronto’s industrial-metal scene, crafting a hauntingly visceral album, “Misery.” Influenced by Ministry, 3Teeth and Nine Inch Nails, their sound is a thunderous storm in industrial metal. Notable achievements include performances at Canadian Independent Music Video Awards, sharing stages with icons Skold, Suicide Commando, Empathy Test, and releasing impactful albums. Their recent single “Filth,” produced by Brett Carruthers of The Birthday Massacre, marks a fierce chapter in their musical journey, resonating with themes of solace, rebellion, and resilience.


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