CREEPING DEATH To Support In Flames On Upcoming May Tour; Tickets On Sale Now!

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Texas death bringers CREEPING DEATH will support In Flames on their upcoming US headlining run next month. The three-week journey commences next week on May 1st in Portland, Maine and runs through May 26th in Dallas, Texas. Additional support will be provided by Gatecreeper. Tickets are on sale now at: See all confirmed dates below.

CREEPING DEATH w/ In Flames, Gatecreeper:
5/01/2024 State Theatre – Portland, ME
5/02/2024 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, NH
5/03/2024 Warsaw – Brooklyn, NY
5/04/2024 The Queen – Wilmington, DE
5/05/2024 The Norva – Norfolk, VA
5/07/2024 Charleston Music Hall – Charleston, SC
5/08/2024 Piedmont Hall – Greensboro, NC
5/09/2024 Buckhead – Atlanta, GA
5/11/2024 The Handlebar – Pensacola, FL * no In Flames
5/12/2024 Mars Music Hall – Huntsville, AL
5/14/2024 Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN
5/16/2024 Mr. Small’s Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA
5/17/2024 The Town Ballroom – Buffalo, NY
5/19/2024 Milwaukee Metal Fest – Milwaukee, WI
5/21/2024 St. Andrews – Detroit, MI
5/22/2024 The Hawthorn – St. Louis, MO
5/23/2024 Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK
5/24/2024 Emo’s – Austin, TX
5/25/2024 House Of Blues – Houston, TX
5/26/2024 House Of Blues – Dallas, TX

CREEPING DEATH released their Boundless Domain full-length in June via MNRK Heavy. The critically lauded offering was produced by Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz (As I Lay Dying, The Acacia Strain, Underoath) and is, without question, a certified ripper from start to finish.

Boundless Domain is available on CD, LP, cassette, and digital formats on MNRK Heavy at THIS LOCATION.  

Watch CREEPING DEATH’s previously released videos for “Intestinal Wrap,” featuring George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher of Cannibal Corpse, “The Common Breed,” and “Vitrified Earth” at the band’s official Youtube channel HERE.

CREEPING DEATH summons a vibrant sound that is somehow both familiar and fresh. Their initial outburst, 2016’s three-song Sacrament Of Death, introduced them to death and thrash metal audiences, followed two years later by the Specter Of War EP. The following year saw the release of their debut LP, Wretched Illusions. 2021’s The Edge Of Existence EP further demonstrated the power, fury, and revelry at the heart of their identity. Tours with High On Fire, The Acacia Strain, Rotting Out, Terror, and The Warriors have spread the CREEPING DEATH message. The band repeatedly delivers a relentless bludgeoning summoned from the furthest reaches of the genre’s past, present, and future. A triumphant celebration of the style itself, the Lone Star State fivesome whips up gruesome riffage and Southern grooves with an improbable cathartic glee.

“…a sophomore beatdown that matches the old-school death metal onslaught of their 2019 Wretched Illusions while upping the songwriting’s sophistication.” — Decibel Magazine

“…the band at their destructive best.” — Knotfest

“…high energy death metal that winds up being as fun as it is nasty.” — Metal Injection

“… single No. 2 fucking bangs… the mosh-pit-ready rager proves CREEPING DEATH to be part of an all-too-uncommon breed blazing the path for heavy music into the future. It arrived accompanied with a stark, black-and-white music video capturing the band at their crowd-killing best.” — Revolver on “The Common Breed”

“Boundless Domain fulfills all of CREEPING DEATH’s self-evident potential, while saluting the past, relishing the present and absolutely wrecking the place. Top work.” — Blabbermouth

“…CREEPING DEATH has perfected a stormy, hammering take on old-school death metal.” – Stereogum

“There’re precious few moments of respite on this second album. From the moment the title-track erupts from its twangy intro into the sort of disgusting churn evocative of a cement-mixer filled with boulders and human remains, there’s an adamant refusal to fuck around.” – Kerrrang!

“… another immensely impressive showing from these Texans and it beats away a lot of the competition essentially through a combination of range, urgency and sheer riff-driven power.” — Distorted Sound