Cradle Of Filth just won’t go away. For twenty years they’ve been playing black metal wrong, annoying the trve and amusing the casual. Like I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! though, you can’t help but come back for more. ‘The Manticore And Other Horrors’ is COF‘s tenth full-length, believe it or not. Despite guitarist Paul Allender‘s claims, it doesn’t particularly push the boat out on the COF sound much, but it does provide another solid nail in the band’s coffin of achievements.
Extreme metal legends Cradle Of Filth have released the video for their track ‘Frost On Her Pillow’. Have a watch below. Read the rest of this entry »
Black metallers Cradle Of Filth have released a lyric video for their track ‘For Your Vulgar Delectation’. Check it out below. Read the rest of this entry »
British black metallers Cradle Of Filth have released a stream of their new track ‘For Your Vulgar Delectation’. Have a listen below:
Extreme metal outfit Cradle Of Filth have just announced news regarding their upcoming tenth studio album, titled ‘The Manticore And Other Horrors’. The record is set for a October 29th 2012 release through Peaceville Records, with the artwork and tracklist viewable below:
Black metallers Cradle Of Filth have released some new details for their upcoming 10th studio album.
Black metal giants Cradle Of Filth have released details of their only UK show for this year. Details can be found below:
Suffolk’s Cradle Of Filth have always managed to make quite an impression towards the metal community, and may be one of the only British extreme metal bands that are known within the mainstream music scene as much as they are. This may be larely down to their controversial image, lyrics and merchandise (like the infamous Jesus Is A Cunt tee which brought so much hate, especially from the Catholic community). On the back of their latest full-length, ‘Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa’, the band have released a companion EP/DVD package, ‘Evermore Darkly’, containing some bonus material and a rather lovely titled documentary, ‘You Can’t Polish A Turd… But You Can Roll It In Glitter’.
Set to release their new CD/DVD package ‘Evermore Darkly’ next month, Suffolk’s Cradle Of Filth have revealed a video trailer of the release’s DVD footage to build the appetite of those waiting for it to hit the stores. Take a sneak peek below:
‘Evermore Darkly’ is released on October 24th 2011 through Peaceville Records.
Suffolk’s extreme metal kings Cradle Of Filth are set to release a new CD/DVD titled ‘Evermore Darkly…’, consisting of a mini-album of new material, demos and remixes, complete with a tour documentary DVD of their time on the road throughout 2011. Artwork can be seen below:
‘Evermore Darkly…’ is released in the UK on October 17th 2011 through Peaceville Records.
The end of the year is drawing very close now, and we’ve compiled yet another playlist for you for the past month. If you’re a Spotify user, then you can listen to our created playlist via the link below to relive many of the album and single releases that have been brought to us throughout November. Some of the artists featured on this month’s playlist include Middle Class Rut, Underoath, Cradle Of Filth, Mayday Parade, Foreign Office, My Chemical Romance, The Chariot, A Day To Remember, Deaf Havana and many others!
If you’re a Spotify user check it out and let us know what you think of it:
November 2010 playlist
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It seems that Cradle Of Filth have engrossed themselves in crafting elaborate theatrics and towering keyboard melodies that have at this point become a crucial staple of their sound. The problem is though, that the band has come to rely almost unequivocally on them, creating a make or break situation for listeners who are considering a listen to their latest outing, ‘Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa’.