Creeper - Sex, Death & The Infinite Void 12”

Creeper - Sex, Death & The Infinite Void 12”

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1. Hallelujah! 00:45
2. Be My End 02:38
3. Born Cold 02:57
4. Cyanide 03:27
5. Celestial Violence 00:17
6. Annabelle 03:48
7. Paradise 04:02
8. Poisoned Heart 03:27
9. Thorns Of Love 03:22
10. Four Years Ago 03:25
11. Holy War 00:22
12. Napalm Girls 03:34
13. The Crown Of Life 00:06
14. Black Moon 03:35
15. All My Friends (Hidden Track) 04:15

Welcome to Calvary Falls, where the world of one quiet, snowy American town is about to be turned upside down by the arrival of a mysterious man…to catastrophic results. Creeper have never been a band to accept limitations on
their ambitious designs; 2017ʼs debut album, Eternity, In Your Arms, took broad brushstrokes of Peter Pan, weaved in the fantastical story of a paranormal investigatorʼs disappearance and set it, as one would fully expect, in Southampton. On Sex, Death & the Infinite Void, their second full-length concept album, such scale and vision isnʼt simply confined to their
storytelling. “Creating this record was about ignoring the things that had trapped us in the past,” frontman Will Gould tells Apple Music. “I wanted to ignore what had come before, and prove wrong everyone that said no band could advance their sound so dramatically without alienating your fanbase.” And so this love-triangle tale of lust, envy and wrath plays out to a soundtrack of British glam rock, Americana country, 1950s doo-wop and their stock-in-trade: emo punk hooks. A first visit to any strange place requires a good tour guide to uncover its true depths, however, so who better to show you the sights of Calvary Falls than Gould himself?