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Go Behind-The-Scenes Of Creeper’s Black Mass

Get a look into the makings of their latest music video!
Creeper 2016

Rising goth-punks Creeper have unveiled the behind-the-scenes footage of the making of their most recent video Black Mass – only with Kerrang!

Black Mass is taken from the band’s upcoming EP, The Stranger, which is due for release on February 19 through Roadrunner Records. You can pre-order the EP through iTunes or order the limited edition white 12″ vinyl and exclusive t‑shirt right here.

Talking about the making of the video, frontman Will Gould said: We filmed Black Mass in a rehearsal room we practised in as kids in Southampton. It was really nice to return to a space where we started as it gave the video a quiet sense of continuity.

Check out the footage below and let us know what you think in the comments section.

Don’t forget to catch Creeper supporting Neck Deep – full tour dates below.

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Finally, catch Creeper on their own headline tour:

February 2016

20 Weymouth Finns
21 Newport Le Pub
22 Wrexham Rewind
23 Edinburgh Mash House
24 Dundee Beat Generator Live
25 Huddersfield Parish
26 Peterborough Met Lounge
27 Coventry Kasbah
29 Worcester Marrs Bar

March 2016

1 Guildford Boileroom
2 Bath Moles
3 London Underworld
4 Tunbridge Wells Forum

Get your tickets from the Kerrang! Ticket Store!

Posted on February 8th 2016, 3:56p.m.
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