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Loads of Roadrunner bands nominated at the Heavy Music Awards!!

Posted on April 26, 2018

Huge congratulations to all the Roadrunner Records bands who have been nominated at this years Heavy Music Awards.

Vote now at vote.heavymusicawards.com and enter the draw to win tickets to the Heavy Music Awards at KOKO London on 23 August.

Best Album:
Code Orange – Forever
Creeper – Eternity, In Your Arms

Best International:
Trivium
Code Orange

Best Album Artwork:
Creeper – Eternity In Your Arms

Best UK Breakthrough:
Milk Teeth

Best UK Band:
Creeper
Marmozets

Best Live Band:

Gojira

Creeper announced for Reading and Leeds Festival!

Posted on February 13, 2018

Creeper will return to Reading and Leeds Festival this coming summer! Check out the rest of the line-up below.

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Creeper set to support All Time Low on their UK arena tour!

Posted on January 17, 2018

It has been announced that Creeper will be main support to All Time Low on their upcoming UK arena tour in March!

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Creeper ‘Christmas’ EP is out now!

Posted on December 8, 2017

Creeper’s ‘Christmas’ EP featuring their cover of Elvis Presley ‘Blue Christmas’, The Pogues ‘Fairytale Of New York’ and their own song ‘Same Time Next Year?’ is out now.

You can listen on Spotify and download on iTunes.

Brand new Creeper and Corey Taylor on the Radio Rock Show: Listen back!

Posted on December 5, 2017

Listen back to Corey Taylor’s Music Ruined My Life and Creeper‘s brand new song ‘Same Time Next Year?’ right here! 

Creeper Share Their Take On ‘Fairytale Of New York’

Posted on December 1, 2017

 

2017 has been a phenomenally successful year for Southampton sextet CREEPER. Their debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ received a rapturous critical reception across the board when it was released earlier this year. The album fired straight into the Top 20, and in the process elevated these black-clad outsiders into a mainstream proposition with the potential for an even bigger future.

 

CREEPER had previously earned Best British Newcomer at the Kerrang! Awards, Best New Band at the Metal Hammer Golden God Awards, and Best British Newcomer in the Rock Sound readers’ poll.

 

Now CREEPER put the finishing touches on the year by sharing their take on The Pogues’ Christmas classic ‘Fairytale of New York’. It’s a faithful adaptation which adds some raw CREEPER energy to the original, as Will Gould and Hannah Greenwood add some of their own flourishes to their reprisal of Shane MacGowan and Kirstie MacColl’s duet.

 

‘Fairytale of New York’ will feature on the band’s new ‘Christmas’ EP which will be released on December 8th. It will also feature brand new original song ‘Same Time Next Year?’ which contrasts the dark romance of Gould’s festive-themed lyrics with a towering holler-along hook. The EP closes with a stripped-back version of ‘Blue Christmas’, the enduring seasonal favourite that was made famous by Elvis Presley.

 

Of the ‘Christmas’ EP Gould comments, Ever since we were kids ‘Fairytale of New York’ has always been our favourite Christmas song. Shane MacGowan and Kirsty MacColl trading insults in the lyrics and the overall sad tone of the song always appealed to us – we’ve wanted to cover it for some time. Alongside this we covered ‘Blue Christmas’ and our own original Christmas song too. The three songs form something of a miserable Christmas EP. We are really pleased by how it all came out and hope our fans will be too. “

 

This weekend sees CREEPER embark upon the ‘Theatre of Fear’ tour which will take their theatrical presentation to a whole new live level. The dates are:

 

DECEMBER

3rd – Glasgow, O2 ABC

4th – Birmingham, O2 Institute

5th – Bristol, Trinity (SOLD OUT)

7th – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

9th – Manchester, Albert Hall

10th – Southampton, Guildhall

 

All shows are now close to selling out. Any remaining tickets are available from livenation.co.uk and ticketmaster.co.uk. Support comes from Can’t Swim, Microwave and Nervus.

 

The commitment of the CREEPER cult fanbase can be further demonstrated with yesterday’s release of the book ‘Whatever Happened To James Scythe?’ which was published by 404 Ink. Billed as ‘A report for the Ombudsmen of the Preternatural’, the book reopens the case of the mysterious disappearance of the private investigator who has become a central part of the CREEPER  journey so far.

Creeper to headline the Heavy Music Awards!

Posted on August 9, 2017

After returning from a summer spent touring across the US on Warped, Creeper have returned to the UK and will be headlining the Heavy Music Awards on August 24 at The House Of Vans in London. Support comes from Venom Prison, Vukovi, and Dead!

Creeper and Code Orange set to soundtrack WWE NXT Takeover: Brookly III

Posted on July 21, 2017

Roadrunner Records label mates Creeper and Code Orange will be helping soundtrack WWE NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III. Code Orange ‘Bleeding In The Blur’ and Creeper ‘Poison Pens’ are both official theme songs!

Code Orange and Creeper make the Metal Hammer top 50!

Posted on July 11, 2017

Metal Hammer have released their list of the 50 Best Albums Of 2017 so far which includes both Code Orange and Creeper! Check out the full list and if you haven’t listened to Code Orange ‘Forever‘ or Creeper ‘Eternity, In Your Arms‘ give them a spin on Spotify.

Creeper release official video for re-imagined ‘Misery’

Posted on June 28, 2017

Creeper have released a brand new music video for the re-imagined version of ‘Misery’. Shot on the Main Stage at Download Festival 2017 and on the bands ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ Tour earlier this year. The band posted the video on their socials with the following statement;

One of the most vital aspects of Creeper is our incredible connection with our fans, which has grown and evolved into something very special indeed, particularly over the past year.

It’s at our live shows where this bond truly bursts into life, where band and audience move and sing as one. ‘Misery’ was the first song where this union truly started becoming larger than life, bigger than just a band on a stage, and we wanted to reflect that as best we could in a video for this re-imagined version of the song.

Nothing can fully put across just how electric the atmosphere is when we sing with you, but we hope you enjoy this celebration of our communion, until we meet again…

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