Since forming in 2008, Sheffield, England-based riffmasters Black Spiders have been tearing up the U.K. club scene with their revved-up take on classic hard rock. The band has demolished crowds at festivals in their country including Sonisphere, Download, High Voltage, Bloodstock and iTunes Festival. The iTunes Festival was very special as Black Spiders were chosen from 500 bands by none other than Ozzy Osbourne himself, to open for him at the Roundhouse.

After issuing two white hot EPs, the U.K. sleaze 'n' rollers are currently gearing up for the U.S. release of their debut full-length album, 'Sons of the North.' The record was a regular fixture on the year-end lists last year in publications like Metal Hammer, Classic Rock and Rock Sound.

Noisecreep is all giddy today because we get to bring you the exclusive premiere of 'Just Like a Woman,' the new video from Black Spiders. Esmé Bianco, the hot model in the video, might be familiar to some of you from her recurring role as "Ros" on HBO's epic fantasy series 'Game of Thrones.'

Watch Black Spiders' 'Just Like a Woman' Video

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"It's a typical boy meets girl obsessed with dominating her mate song and boy likes it, hung around the tongue in cheek lyrical slant of Bon Scott and early AC/DC, to which the song has that certain sound," Pete "Spider" Spiby tells Noisecreep about 'Just Like a Woman.'

"The video is a tribute to the ZZ Top classic car videos, with nods towards films like 'Fargo,' 'Fight Club,' 'Shaun of the Dead' and 'Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!' The story line weaves around a bunch of losers, who just happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and end up being made into "Rock Star" soap."

Black Spiders will release 'Sons of the North' in the U.S. on April 17 via Dark Riders/Red Eye.

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