CREEPER Shares New Visualizer for “Black Heaven”

As they prepare to unleash their third full-length album Sanguivore on Friday, October 13, CREEPER have continued to expand the scope of their frenetic, flamboyant goth-punk heart that took their previous album, Sex, Death & The Infinite Voidinto the Top 5 of the Official Album Chart. First “Cry To Heaven” came across like an unholy union between The Sisters of Mercy and Glenn Danzig, before “Teenage Sacrifice” channeled the ire and anthemic punch of Judas Priest and Iron Maiden in their early ’80s pomp.

Now, CREEPER embraces a darker side of black with their new single “Black Heaven.”

Watch the visualizer here.”Black Heaven” adds new sonic elements to CREEPER’s swaggering gothic heart, with looming, ominous synths entangled like barbed wire around Ian Miles‘serrated riffs, which recall the sinister side of electro-pop and the darkwave scene of the early ’80s. Presenting an important moment in the story between the album’s core characters, Spook and Mercy, the vocal interplay between William Von Ghould‘s baritone croon and Hannah Hermione‘ssweetly alluring vocal harmonies provides another standout touch, which was inspired by Nick Cave’s collaboration with the McGarrigle Sisters on the Bad Seeds’ track “Hallelujah.”  William Von Ghould says, “This song allows us to show a new side to the band and sees us experimenting with electronic elements properly for the first time. Taking influence from Depeche Mode and New Order, we try to push the boundaries of our sound out further than they’ve been before.”Produced by Tom Dalgety (Ghost, Royal Blood), the upcoming Sanguivore album finds CREEPER going larger-than-life in every conceivable way, from Jim Steinman-style ripping rock operas to Billy Idol’s punk/sleaze hybrid and the moody heavyweight electro-rock of Gary Numan. In a world that’s getting darker by the moment, the vampiric thrills of Sanguivore offer fans a fantastical escape into the unknown and one that’s full of Easter eggs for those fans who thoroughly immerse themselves within every detail of the record.

Sanguivore is available to pre-order HERE.

Joining the previously announced four vinyl variants with a signed art print are some new formats: a limited edition red cassette, and a limited edition card sleeve CD with alternate artwork. After a surprise second stage headline set at Download and then playing the OVO Arena Wembley as part of the Heavy Music Awards, CREEPER recently announced a London Lafayette show under their alter ego The Ghost Brigade, which sold out instantly. The band will then embark upon the “Sacred Blasphemy” headline tour in November, which concludes with a second much larger London show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and is also about to sell out. The remaining tickets for the tour, dates listed below, are available HERE.

“Further Than Forever”
Cry To Heaven
“Sacred Blasphemy”
“The Ballad Of Spook & Mercy”
“Lovers Led Astray”
Teenage Sacrifice
“Chapel Gates”
“The Abyss”
“Black Heaven”
“More Than Death”