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Maria Brink calls on fellow witches to channel the moon’s energy for BLM
Maria Brink calls on fellow witches to channel the moon’s energy for BLM
Amidst the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests following the wrongful death of George Floyd, In This Moment's Maria Brink is now showing her support. In a new social media post, the vocalist is calling upon her community of witches, shamans, spiritualists and various healers to use the upcoming full moon as a chance to bring justice to the Black Lives Matter movement...
Code Orange, ETID, Creeper and more are auctioning rare merch for BLM
Code Orange, ETID, Creeper and more are auctioning rare merch for BLM
Numerous bands including Every Time I Die, Code Orange, Turnstile, Vein and Creeper are auctioning and raffling rare merch items with all proceeds going towards the Black Lives Matter movement. The items are being auctioned with all bands donating proceeds to Act Blue which is an organization splitting funds evenly between numerous bail funds, activist organizations and more.
Creeper drop stunning “Cyanide” video with second album’s tracklisting
Creeper drop stunning “Cyanide” video with second album’s tracklisting
Creeper have now dropped the third single from their upcoming album Sex, Death & The Infinite Void. The new track is called "Cyanide" and takes a bit of a slower pace compared to the roaring "Annebelle" they previously released.  Formerly The Fugitives of Heaven, the band ushered in their new era last year with the release of “Born Cold.” Read More: Halse...
10 bands who should open for a dream My Chemical Romance return tour
10 bands who should open for a dream My Chemical Romance return tour
It’s safe to say that 2019 was the year of My Chemical Romance. The band performed their long-awaited return after a six-year hiatus with hopes of a full comeback tour. As the tour theories keep coming in, we’ve started to think about who we’d like to see join the legendary band on the massive run, if it actually happens. Read more: My C... Read More ...
Creeper discuss next era: “There are no fast songs on this record”
Creeper discuss next era: “There are no fast songs on this record”
Creeper vocalist Will Gould marvels about how strange it is to try to describe their impending album to us, throwing out a list of influences as scattered as a string of whats-its in a Dr. Seuss poem. In the new Creeper era, Roy Orbison will meet David Bowie and Type O Negative to have a cocktail with Suede by the Hollywood Walk Of Fame...
Creeper debut new song “Born Cold” live after yearlong hiatus
Creeper debut new song “Born Cold” live after yearlong hiatus
After much teasing from the band members, Creeper finally made their return to the stage one year after breaking up. The band performed an intimate gig at Club 229 in London today and they came back in a huge way. Read More: Foo Fighters cover Jawbreaker, the Passions on latest archival EP The band's show was everything fans could want and more. Take a l...
Creeper return as Fugitives Of Heaven with intimate London gig
Creeper return as Fugitives Of Heaven with intimate London gig
After some cryptic teasers and paranormal video clips, Creeper have announced their return with an intimate London gig under the new name Fugitives Of Heaven. Check it out below! Read more: Halsey celebrates 25th birthday with brand new song “clementine” A few days ago, Creeper members started making cryptic posts on social media. Yesterday, the band finally po...
Creeper members are teasing fans with cryptic, paranormal videos
Creeper members are teasing fans with cryptic, paranormal videos
Last November, Creeper played a sold out show at London’s KOKO venue and appeared to announce their breakup onstage during the gig.  Now, it seems like the band might be teasing some new music after all the confusion.  Read more: The Almost drop first new music since 2013, unveil upcoming LP To backtrack, the band performed on the KOKO stage and at some point during the set, frontman William Gould

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