Fake Blood: Deep Red – Creamfields rapture

Posted on 20 September 2011
By Pierce King
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Fake Blood got all medieval on that ass with new tune Deep Red at Creamfields, playing in his mate Annie Mac’s tent – he had the crowd in raptures.

With his new EP, The Black Ghosts star has dug out a range of haunting church organ valve sounds, which hover over hard hitting beats.

Speaking about his new record after the show, Fake Blood said he’s been locked away in his secret underground lair working away.

He said: “I know that I’ve taken a while with this, people thought I wasn’t making tracks but I’ve been gathering them all together like alien legs.

“Basically I took myself off radio contact and I’ve almost finished the whole album and been hoarding it, there’s 11 brand new tracks and more on the way.

“It took a little longer than anticipated in between work on the Black Ghosts record and lots of gigs.

“The Deep Red EP name is an homage to Dario Argento and one of my favourite movies Deep Red. Red suited the vibe and people would know what it was when they saw it.”