By Luigi Sibona
Say hello to your new favourite band. Exploding onto the scene with a perfectly conceived mission statement, Southampton’s very own… 571 more words
In 1971, Bob Thomas at BBN Technologies created a self-replicating program, designed to infect servers on ARPANET, the precursor to the internet.
Allegedly named after the Scooby Doo villain, the Creeper Virus infected the remote systems and displayed the message 59 more words
Walking towards Kingston college I catch a glimpse of a sea of black, awash with callous heart back patches. A lucky few will be watching, for probably one of the last times in a venue like this, the meteoric rise of Southampton goth punks Creeper. 431 more words
Last year I heard Creeper’s ‘Black Mass’ and fell in love. Their sound, subject matter, aesthetic; everything about them excited me. Not since AFI (1999-2003) has there been a band that merged punk rock and goth themes quite like this. 363 more words
Since Creeper appeared on the English music scene in 2014, they have experienced a massive amount of fanfare off the back of their three EPs, which showed a band with a singular vision of what they wanted to sound like and the potential to be able to back it up. 811 more words