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Latest Creptum News

Below is our complete Creptum news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Creptum Cover Depeche Mode's "Black Celebration"

Brazilian black metallers Creptum have posted a cover version of Depeche Mode’s classic "Black Celebration", which is one of two tracks on the band's recently released EP "Reborn in Flames" to follow their 2016 album "Of Lies, Curses and Blood" unleashed on Mutilation Records.

Listen to "Black Celebration" (Depeche Mode black metal cover) below.

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Creptum Posts "On The Pale Horse" Video

Brazilian black metal band Creptum today streams a video clip taken from the album "Of Lies, Curses and Blood." The chosen song is "On The Pale Horse," directed by Tandi Verissimo and available for viewing below.

"Of Lies, Curses and Blood" was recorded at studio Ponto Zero in Brazil and produced by guitarist Deimous Nefus. The full track listing is as follows:

1. On The Pale Horse
2. In The Arms of Death
3. Against The Lies
4. An Inevitable End
5. Burn The Cross
6. Memento Mori
7. The Unknown Darkness
8. Through The Flames and Shadows
9. New Aeon Misanthropy
10. The Black Sword More...

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Creptum Releases "In The Arms Of Death"

11 years following previous output "The Age Of Darkness," Creptum has finally released new work. Entitled "In The Arms Of Death," the single was recorded at studio Ponto Zero and produced by Eric Nefus. The cover was again in the hands of the musician and designer Raphael Grizilli.

The single brings two original songs together with a cover of "Massacre" by Bathory. You can stream the release below, or pick up a digital copy at Bandcamp here. The track listing is:

1. In The Arms Of Death 04:59
2. Burn The Cross 03:11
3. Massacre (Bathory Cover) 02:26 More...

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