Posts Tagged ‘Cradle Of Filth’

NEWS: You Me At Six and 60+ more bands join Download Festival 2018!

2018’s edition of Download Festival was already shaping up to be a good one when we entered the year. Set to be headlined by Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses, and Ozzy Osbourne, it was never going to be anything less than absolutely huge.

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LYRIC VIDEO: Cradle Of Filth – Achingly Beautiful

Suffolk based extreme metal icons Cradle Of Filth are just a week away from dropping their twelfth studio full-length offering, ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay’, and, to tide us over for these last few days, they’ve unveiled a lyric video for ‘Achingly Beautiful’.

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LYRIC VIDEO: Cradle Of Filth – You Will Know The Lion By His Claw

Suffolk extreme metal icons Cradle Of Filth will be unleashing their twelfth studio album, ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay’ unto the world in a matter of weeks. As another look into what to expect, the band have dropped a lyric video to accompany a track from the record, ‘You will Know The Lion By His Claw’.

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NEWS: Cradle Of Filth detail twelfth album, ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay’!

British extreme metal legends Cradle Of Filth have now unveiled details surrounding their twelfth studio record and the follow-up to 2015’s ‘Hammer Of The Witches’. The band’s new album, ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay’, is out on September 22nd 2017 via Nuclear Blast Records.

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NEWS: Cradle Of Filth detail UK/IRE tour for October/November 2017!

British extreme metal icons Cradle Of Filth have just unveiled dates of a headline tour run across the UK this October and November, which will coincide with the release of the band’s twelfth full-length studio record, ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay’.

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COMPETITION: Win mega Realm Of The Damned prize bundle!

Ever fancied getting yourself sunk into an animated motion comic of pure black metal horror? Well, the four-part series ‘Realm Of The Damned’ does just that by unleashing classic gothic monsters on a modern rampage of redemption and damnation.

‘Tenebris Deosis’ is the first instalment in the four-part series, which stars a few names from across the metal community, including David Vincent (Morbid Angel), Dani Filth (Cradle Of Filth), and Jill Janus (Huntress).

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NEWS: Kanye West seen wearing Cradle Of Filth merch; band responds!

Known for his interest and involvement in the fashion world almost as much as his musical output and relationship with Kim Kardashian, rapper and record producer Kanye West has most recently been caught out and about wearing a Cradle Of Filth long sleeve t-shirt – a rather unexpected choice of apparel from West.

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NEWS: Cradle Of Filth begin writing new material!

Iconic extreme metal hellhounds Cradle Of Filth have began the writing process for their brand new studio album.

The band have locked themselves away in a studio in the Czech Republic to work on the follow up to 2015’s rabidly received ‘Hammer Of The Witches’, and you can read a lengthy statement from frontman Dani Filth below:

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ALBUM: Cradle Of Filth – Dusk… And Her Embrace: The Original Sin

Release Date: July 8th 2016
Label: Cacophonous Records


Despite a catalogue rich in extreme metal delights, ‘Dusk… And Her Embrace’ is widely regarded as the definitive Cradle Of Filth masterstroke, a fully realised vision which hoisted the band completely free of their primitive death metal roots and into their career defining, candelabra lit blackened horror thematic. Although, die-hard fans will be aware that the incarnation of ‘Dusk…’ we have lived with this past twenty years is actually the Suffolk miscreants’ second bite of the cherry, with their intended version scrapped due to line-up turmoil and label difficulties, and left to languish in the vault unheard.

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NEWS: Cradle Of Filth stream ‘Dusk And Her Embrace: The Original Sin’ in full!

UK extreme metal icons Cradle Of Filth have premiered a full stream of their hugely anticipated LP ‘Dusk And Her Embrace: The Original Sin’.

With inner band turmoil and the disintegration of their then line-up in 1996, the band were forced to scrap the original version of their sophomore record and start afresh. ‘…The Original Sin’ delivers Cradles first attempt after twenty years of languishing in the shadows, and finally gives fans the chance to hear the bands originally intended incarnation of the album:

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