Two Fifteen


After nearly a four year hiatus away from the music scene, Milwaukee hard rock heroes, Two Fifteen, have reemerged. Coming out swinging in 2019, Two Fifteen, have a fresh new album, and are ready to throw down their patented wild onstage antics, which have made them one of the midwest's most "must see" live acts.

Formed in 2009, Two Fifteen started out as an alternative grunge band. Over the years, their genre defying music has grown and evolved into what can only be described as "alternative metal". Their new album (releasing February 2019) features hard rock hooks, face melting guitar solos, and catchy melodies that will have you begging for more. The current line up consists of original core members Church Creed (frontman), Eric Peters (drums/vocals), Johnny Ruckus (guitar), and two new gunslingers Corey Schmidt (guitar) and Corey Fritschka (bass)- aka "The Two Coreys".

Two Fifteen's music has been featured all over television and the world wide web. Including ESPN, NBC Sports, and the last four consecutive years of spots on Saturday Night Live skits. They've played the smallest holes in the wall, to the world's largest music festival (Summerfest), and everything in between. Opening up for several national acts and direct support for regional tours, Two Fifteen bring an unmatched live performance, that is interactive with the audience,and moves people to become one with the moment.

But why exactly do they call themselves "Two Fifteen"? Well that is a question you should personally ask the band.... the answer might blow your mind.

Screen name:
Member since:
Jun 22 2009
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years together:
40 years


Sevendust, Nirvana, Deftones, Breaking Benjamin

Members Of Band

Church Creed-Vocals
Eric Peters-Drums/Vocals
Johnny Ruckus-Guitar/Vocals
Corey Schmidt-Guitar
Corey Tod Fritschka-Bass


Past Events

Two Fifteen makes their Rock Country debut along side Carbellion and Cyanide Son. $5 cover

Two Fifteen invades Twisted Tap with Auf Ki and Forcefield

Two Fifteen invades SV2 in Green Bay with Amillennial and Auf Ki