Creeper announced the release date for their upcoming album Sex, Death & The Infinite Void, along with a brief tour in the UK.

Formerly The Fugitives of Heaven, the band ushered in their new era last year with the release of "Born Cold."

Read more: Taco Bell looking to offer managers $100K annual salary

A few weeks later, the group dropped a
music video

Now, Creeper dropped the name and release date of their upcoming album.




They then announced that
Sex, Death & the Infinite Void 

Speaking on the album artwork, vocalist Will Gould took inspiration from when he first found music.

Read more: 40 most anticipated albums of 2020 including Poppy, Creeper and more

"The real-life time travel that music can achieve is almost supernatural," he says in a press release. "In a moment you can be transported from a bedroom in the south of England to another dimension entirely. With our latest album, we attempted to perform a similar magic."

"The concept behind the artwork came to me when I was considering the ways I first discovered music. Both Ian Miles and I have similar stories of discovering our parents’ records. Holding in our hands these battered relics of the past, playing them for the first time and experiencing the magic of them coming to life over the speaker."

In a previous interview, Gould revealed that the album is unique.

“No one will put a record out like this next year," he states. "You won’t hear anything like it.”

Sex, Death & the Infinite Void drops May 22. Preorder for the album begins Jan. 15 and can be found here.

Along with the record's name, Creeper also announced the God Can't Save Us tour in the UK. They will be joined by Holding Absence and Wargasm. Pre-sale begins Jan. 16 with general starting Jan 20. Tickets will be available here, check out where they're headed below.

Dates:

04/12 — Leeds, UK @ The Wardrobe
04/13 — Glasgow, UK @ St. Luke’s
04/14 — Manchester, UK @ Academy 2
04/15 — London, UK @ Brixton Electric
04/17 — Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
04/18 — Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute

Will you be picking up a copy of Creeper's Sex, Death & the Infinite Void? Let us know in the comments below!

See more: 10 pop-punk shows we wish we could have gone to

[envira-gallery id="194483"]