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… Read More ›
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After shaking the world in its foundation with the announcement of their 13th manifesto, Existence Is Futile, that will see the light of the day on October 22nd, CRADLE OF FILTH gather again to bring their next sacrifice to the devilish… Read More ›
Cradle Of Filth Live at Ace Of Spades– Sacramento, California By Zoran Theodorovic @ Metal Gods Radio
UK’s legendary extreme metal icons CRADLE OF FILTH will make their long-awaited triumphant return to North America with a headlining tour this March/April. Opening the tour will be Ukraine metal band JINJER. “CRADLE OF FILTH are very much looking forward… Read More ›
UK’s legendary extreme metal icons CRADLE OF FILTH have released the official lyric video for the venomous new song ‘Achingly Beautiful’. The song comes off the band’s upcoming album Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay. Commented Dani Filth: “Influenced by the stories of E.F Benson, Sir… Read More ›
K’s legendary extreme metal icons CRADLE OF FILTH have released the music video for the first single off their eagerly awaited 12th album, Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay. The album is now available for pre-orders. Pre-orders as well as the music video… Read More ›
Witch County nefarious frights DEVILMENT – led by vehement front man Dani Filth, will release their forthcoming masterpiece Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes on November 18 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Today, the band have released the first official music video for ‘Hitchcock Blonde’, premiering exclusively via Metal Hammer…. Read More ›
Dani Filth of Cradle Of Filth discusses old school metal favorites, writing with new members and new album.
Appearing on the BBC music quiz Never Mind the Buzzcocks on 9 April 2001, Filth jokingly claimed Cradle’s sound as “heavy funk”, and in an October 2006 interview stated, “we’d rather be known as solely ‘Cradle of Filth’, I think, than be hampered by stupid genre barriers.