Vampires Everywhere


"The song 'Immortal Love' is about the struggle between good and evil inside your soul," explains Michael Vampire of Vampires Everywhere.

Still unsigned but quite possibly on the cusp of something big, the members of Vampires Everywhere recently finished work on their debut 'Lost in the Shadows.' Today Noisecreep exclusively premieres the video for 'Immortal Love.' Scott Hansen directed the dark clip, which also features Trishelle Cannatella from the 'Real World: Las Vegas.'

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The band members explain that their debut is a concept album "based on a journal that is found." Naturally, the journal contains the writings of Michael Vampire as he lives an immortal life. Vampire credits a series of dreams for the song ideas on 'Lost in the Shadows.'

"We chose 'Immortal Love' as the first single because it pertains to the power of destiny," Vampire further explains. "It describes how a girl is trapped within herself battling her true emotions, which is brought out by the dark figure within her dreams. Everyone has evil inside them, but few people ever show that side to the public."

The band credits the movie 'The Lost Boys' for their name. After all, the comic used in the movie is called 'Vampires Everywhere.'

Paul Leavitt produced and engineered 'Lost in the Shadows,' available for download soon.