Creeper recently made the decision to delay the release of their highly anticipated sophomore album Sex, Death, & the Infinite Void, due to COVID-19. To make it up to fans, the band has announced a new collection of cover songs dubbed Sounds From the Void.
They announced the news on Twitter saying “sounds from the void. a collection of acoustic cover songs we have recorded for you begins on friday.” T
Make sure to check back tomorrow, May 15th for more details.
Creeper’s new album Sex, Death, & the Infinite Void was slated to release May 29th. It has since been delayed to July 31st.
In a statement regarding the delay, the band said: “Today we must announce the rescheduling of our new record ‘Sex, Death And The Infinite Void’ to July 31st,” the band wrote in a statement. “We are aware that this may come as a disappointment to some of you, but please believe we have done this for good reason in these unprecedented times. So many of the exciting events we had planned around this record have had to be re-imagined and re-thought out, we are adjusting to this new environment much like everyone else.”
Pre-order a copy here.
sounds from the void. a collection of acoustic cover songs we have recorded for you begins on friday 🖤⚡️ pic.twitter.com/QepYYLAX4M
— C R E E P E R (@creepercultuk) May 14, 2020