Posts Tagged ‘Creeper’

NEWS: First wave of acts named for Reading & Leeds 2018!

Known as one of the UK’s biggest and most prestigious music festivals, the annual Reading & Leeds Festival will of course be returning again for 2018, and they have just confirmed the first wave of acts that will be joining this year’s bill.

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NEWS: At The Drive-In to headline 2000 Trees Festival 2018!

It’s that time of year again where festival line-ups begin to get bulked up and tastier. Although a little late on the scene with their first announcement, 2000 Trees Festival have now broken the news of their first wave of bands to play in July.

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NEWS: Creeper to support All Time Low during March 2018 UK tour!

Following the confirmation of the withdrawal of Pierce The Veil from All Time Low‘s fast approaching headline UK tour, due to the result of allegations surfacing online against drummer Mike Fuentes, Southampton based rising goth punks Creeper have now confirmed that they’re set to take their place on the run.

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TOP 10 ALBUMS OF 2017!

The past 12 months that was 2017 has been one hell of a year for music for so many reasons. Some of those reasons aren’t so great, as we all know, but in terms of new records, this year has delivered in absolute spades, both from bands and artists we’ve known and loved for years, and also shining new talent breaking through from the underground.

It’s always pretty tough (to put it mildly) to narrow down the cream of the crop from the entire year, but we sat down, racked our brains to the absolute limit, and have knocked into shape what we feel are the top ten albums of the year. So, grab a drink, take a seat, get nice and comfortable, and read on.

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LIVE: Creeper @ Trinity, Bristol (05/12/2017)

Date: December 5th 2017
Venue: Trinity, Bristol
Support: Nervus / Can’t Swim / Microwave


If there were a band that epitomised the music scene in 2017, it would be Creeper. The band have absolutely exploded unlike any other band in the last decade or so, and have managed to amass such a dedicated cult-like fanbase which could be compare to My Chemical Romance‘s early days. Tonight, the band are at the tail-end of their Theatre Of Fear tour, with the band promising an ambitious show and a brand-new stage production.

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NEWS: Good Charlotte, Thursday, and more join Slam Dunk Festival 2018!

With less than a month left of 2017, the organisers of Slam Dunk Festival have treated us to a second announcement towards the line-up plans of their 2018 festivities, which already sees a headline slot booked for Jimmy Eat World, and as always will take place across the May bank holiday weekend.

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NEWS: Creeper to release ‘Christmas’ EP on December 8th 2017!

It seems that Christmas has come a little early thanks to Southampton based gothic punk rockers, Creeper. Not content with ending their already stellar year with the release of their highly acclaimed debut LP ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’, along with several tours and festival appearances, they’ve put a little present in our stockings to see it off.

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NEWS: Creeper to release mystery novel, ‘The Last Days Of James Scythe’!

It seems that 2017 has been one hell of a year for Southampton gothic punk rockers, Creeper, but it’s not over yet. As a continuation of the concept and story that surrounds and runs through their critically acclaimed debut full-length album, ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’, it appears that the band will be expanding it with the release of a novel.

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NEWS: Creeper to headline at the Heavy Music Awards 2017!

The debut and inaugural Heavy Music Awards ceremony is being held in London later this month, and the organisers have now outlined and confirmed the full line-up of bands that will be performing at the event.

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NEWS: Bands drive away Westboro Baptist Church protest at Vans Warped Tour!

The infamous Westboro Baptist Church, who are known for their hate speech and protest activities, seemed to have opted for the Bonner Springs, Kansas City date of this year’s Vans Warped Tour (July 27th 2017) as one of their latest choices for a protest spot, carrying their pickets and signs of their typical divisive nature.

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