Concert Photo Review: CRADLE OF FILTH, ONCE HUMAN, NITE @ Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, California

CRADLE OF FILTH returned to San Francisco last Tuesday for the closing night of their Lustmord and Tourgasm United States tour, featuring an epic full performance of the British band’s classic 1998 concept album Cruelty and the Beast for the first time ever, as well as an encore of other CRADLE OF FILTH fan favorites.

“It’s been far too long America, but soon we will return to haunt your shores again,” says vocalist Dani Filth. “We, as a band, are very much looking forward to coming back to the States and performing ‘Cruelty and the Beast’ in its entirety (plus some firm fan favorites), which was our earlier intention before the Pandemic reared its ugly head.”


Joining CRADLE OF FILTH were ONCE HUMAN. “To say we’re very excited about this, plus the support of Once Human is an overwhelming understatement!” Filth says.
Says Once Human guitarist Logan Mader, “After nearly two years of being pent up, it’s time to let loose! We are beyond ready to hit the road and destroy stages this October supporting the mighty CRADLE OF FILTH and in support or our new single, ‘Deadlock,’ featuring Robb Flynn. Once Human’s new album will be out early ‘22, more singles to come!”
Local blackened heavy metal outfit NITE were also added to the bill, last minute. NITE has recently signed to Season of Mist! For a glimpse what’s to come, check out NITE‘s Bandcamp and stream their 2020 debut album, ‘Darkness Silence Mirror Flame,’ HERE.
Cradle Of Filth
Once Human


Pictures by Alex Macias. Please visit Alex @ his website for more stunning images.

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