Salem, the new band featuring Creeper’s Will Gould and Matt Reynolds, has released a video for their debut single “Destroy Me.” Also, we’ve had too many bands named Salem over the years. Read More “Salem – “Destroy Me””
Creeper are auctioning off various items to raise money to donate to various Black Lives Matters fundraisers. Read More “Creeper Auctioning Off Items”
Creeper have begun doing some acoustic covers. The first is a cover of King Dude’s “Spiders in Her Hair.” Read More “Creeper Start Acoustic Cover Series”
Creeper have moved the release of their new album to July 31st.
Read More “Creeper Move Release Date”
Creeper have announced a video club where they’ll be watching Hook with fans.
Read More “Creeper Announce Video Club”
Creeper will release their new album Sex, Death & the Infinite Void on May 22nd. Pre-orders will be up next Wednesday.
Read More “Creeper Detail New Album”
Creeper talked with Alternative Press about their new album and what to expect:
Well, it’s unrecognizable, I’d say. It’s changed forms quite a drastic amount. For instance, there are no fast songs on this record. There are no double-time beats on this record. We haven’t made a punk record at all. I wasn’t inspired to do that. It didn’t seem relevant to be doing that at this exact point for us. So, when things are punk here, it’s in a more aggressive delivery, perhaps, rather than a double-time beat. I feel like we were using that as a crutch sometimes when we were writing. Listening back to the other records, I’m very proud of them, but I felt like every time we started trying to make something that was a little bit more challenging, we would deliver it, but then we would immediately feel like we’d need to do a standard punk song to make up for the fact that we had done something that was challenging our listeners. I just don’t want to do that anymore. I want to make a record that’s exactly in the image of these challenging ideas.