Sex, Death & The Infinite Void Creeper
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- 2Be My End02:38
- 3Born Cold02:57
- 5Celestial Violence00:17
- 8Poisoned Heart03:27
- 9Thorns of Love03:22
- 10Four Years Ago03:25
- 11Holy War00:22
- 12Napalm Girls03:33
- 13The Crown of Life00:06
- 14Black Moon03:35
- 15All My Friends (Hidden Track)04:14
Info for Sex, Death & The Infinite Void
Speculation about the demise of Creeper proved to be wide-of-the-mark. Their devoted fanbase were devastated when frontman Will Gould paraphrased David Bowie as he announced the end of the band during a sold-out Koko show in 2018.
Now a new era in the Creeper story gathers pace with release of their eagerly anticipated second album, Sex, Death and The Infinite Void!
"To call them Goth or Emo, to place them into any singular categorization would be to demean the entire Creeper experience. Whereas one might have compared their debut to “Alkaline Trio meets Meatloaf,” Sex, Death, & The Infinite Void sees them evolving toward something that is further refined, less raw, and boldly colossal—something we shall term Johnny Cash meets My Chemical Romance. And we consider that to be a win no matter how you slice it! So black hearts rejoice, Cryptic Rock gives Creeper’s latest 5 of 5 stars." (Jeannie Blue, crypticrock.com)
A horror punk unit based out of Southampton, England, the aptly named Creeper draw inspiration from a deep well of goth, post-punk, and glam rock greats like AFI, Alkaline Trio, Tiger Army, Bouncing Souls, and David Bowie. Founded in 2014 by vocalist Will Gould, guitarists Ian Miles and Oliver Burdett, bassist Sean Scott, drummer Dan Bratton, and keyboardist Hannah Greenwood, the band issued their eponymous debut EP shortly after formation. In 2015 they inked a deal with Roadrunner Records and put out a second EP, The Callous Heart, which was followed by a tour with the Misfits and an appearance at that year's U.K. Warped Tour. A third EP, The Stranger, dropped the following year, and in 2017, Creeper unleashed their full-length debut, Eternity, In Your Arms. After seemingly announcing their breakup in 2018, the band unexpectedly returned a year later. In 2020 they unleashed their second album, the grandiosely titled Sex, Death & The Infinite Void, which was teased with the anthemic single "Born Cold." (James Christopher Monger, AMG)
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