From the anthemic rush of Born Cold to the poignant All My Friends and the glam-goth Americana that runs through Be My End, CREEPER have demonstrated their long-awaited second album Sex, Death & The Infinite Void represents a huge leap in both ambition and narrative scale. The album is set to be released on July 31st via Roadrunner Records.
CREEPER’s first shows in support of the album come with the God Can’t Save Us tour, which has been rescheduled to next March due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Most of the dates have been upgraded to bigger venues after the original venues sold-out, most notably in London where the band will play their biggest headline show to date at the O2 Forum Kentish Town. The tour has been boosted by the addition of openers Static Dress , who join a line-up completed by WARGASM (UK) and Holding Absence.
Frontman Will Gould commented, ” I’m sure many of you are disappointed that the tour is being rescheduled and we are too, as we’re so eager to be able to play these new songs for you. We’re going to do everything we can to make it worth the wait. These shows will now be some of the biggest of our career to date and we promise to make them more spectacular than anything you’ve seen us do in the past. Thank you so much as always for understanding and supporting us. We love you and think about you all constantly.”
The band will perform at Leeds Beckett University on March 24th 2021.