Creeper are back, and they brought the HOOKS! Every song here is sewn together with such a powerful blend of catchiness and camp, to the point that I can’t listen to it without a smile growing on my face. While Sex, Death, and the Infinite Void does lay off some of the in-your-face aggression of Eternity, In Your Arms, it doubles down on the macabre theatrics. The result is something that feels a touch more timeless but every bit as fun. Definitely not for everyone, as I imagine a lot of people will roll their eyes at Creeper’s pop punk masquerading as goth schtick, but if what I’ve said sounds cool, give it a shot.
Favorite Tracks: CYANIDE, Be My End, Born Cold, Annabelle, Thorns of Love, Napalm Girls, Black Moon
Least Favorite Track: One of the interludes, Poisoned Heart if they don’t count