Cultus Black Debuts Video For ‘Negative Creep’ Cover

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Cultus Black returned this week with the video for its latest single.

The band debuted the video for its cover of Nirvana’s ‘Negative Creep‘ Friday.  While the North Carolina-based band’s take on the song stays stylistically true to its source material, it takes Nirvana’s approach and intensifies it with its own metal touch.

The band said of its cover of the song, “There have been lots of Nirvana covers recently, but we felt like we could do it heavier and better.”

The band’s cover of Nirvana’s song is just the latest work from the band.  The group, which features ex-members of Motograter, debuted the video for its own song ‘Witch Hunt‘ May 28.

Front man “L” (a.k.a. James Legion — ex Motograter) explained in a recent interview.

“This track is for anyone who has ever felt persecuted, anyone who has ever felt like a victim, anyone who was ever made to feel stupid or less than,” he said. This song is here to show the world that we don’t give a f***.”

In other news, Cultus Black is in the studio working on its debut album with producer James Paul Wisner (Underoath, Hands Like Houses, Paramore).  The album’s release date is under consideration.

More information on Cultus Black’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:





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