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Cradle Of Filth’s The Inquisitional Torture Tour starts next month

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Wednesday, December 23, 2015 at 1:49 PM (PST)

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No fucks given, longstanding UK tyrants CRADLE OF FILTH, will return to North America next year on the Inquisitional Torture Tour 2016!  January 26th through March 8th marks the journey, hitting twenty-seven cities. Support will be provided by the crowd movers in Butcher Babies and the mind blowing Ne Obliviscaris from Australia. Seriously, I am just getting into the latter’s Citadel album and it is completely rewarding and multi-faceted. Tickets are now available at THIS LOCATION.

Dates BELOW.

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Ex-Cradle Of Filth guitarist Paul Allender has returned to focus full time on White Empress, a symphonic band featuring ex- Coal Chamber and Luna Mortis members (to name drop just two more past bands of members). This, however, is a new beginning. Already creating a storm of fan excitement, the visually striking and musically arresting fury of the group is spreading like a blizzard to blanket the Earth.

We checked in with Paul to find out how he writes those kick ass riffs that made Cradle fans go crazy for so many years, the band’s Pledge music campaign and what goes on in the new frontiers charted by White Empress. Click HERE to read more!

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Cradle of Filth guitarist to undergo surgery

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, March 14, 2014 at 3:22 PM (PST)

Cradle_of_Filth_logo“Extreme metal band” Cradle of Filth’s guitarist James Mcllory will undergo back surgery to alleviate chronic back pain.

The band has issued the following statement:

Tomorrow, March the fifteenth, James Mcilroy, guitar hairwolf, will be having the delicate operation to repair his spine carried out, the very same shit that has kept him absent from the recent tour of Europe, and caused him so much pain over playing the last few years.

Pressed, though obviously not too heavily, on the subject, James had this to say when he emailed me this evening with the news…

“I am going into hospital today as they’ve graciously decided to give me a bed, and will be going into surgery tomorrow late morning or early afternoon. Operation lasts about 3-5 hours, and I should be back among the living on Sunday.

“It kind of goes something like this.

“All the support, and well wishes from across the world, the band and crewdle has been amazing, and I couldn’t wish for more support in my quest to obtain a similar 360 degree head movement of an owl (if you’re going to get part of your neck replaced, you may as well upgrade)! After this, I’ll also technically be more metal…

“Thanks to everyone, and see you on the other side, ready to fucking rock!” 

I hope you all can join with the band in wishing him well in advance of the operation and in a speedy recovery. We miss the lashing windmills!!!

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English doom and gloom metallers, Cradle of Filth, has been forced to cancel their headlining North American “28 Days Closer to Hell” tour due to U.S. immigration issues.

At this time no immediate plans to reschedule the tour have been revealed.

You can read a statement from the band’s management here.

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Lyle Cooper leaves The Faceless

Posted by jessepac on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 9:47 PM (PST)

Lyle Cooper The FacelessThe Faceless are now drumless, as sticksmith Lyle Cooper has announced his departure. The band is currently playing a small United Kingdom tour and will hopefully find a replacement before their slot on the upcoming Cradle of Filth, Decapitated, and The Agonist run in the United States.

Here is what Cooper had to say about the situation:

“Over the last couple of years it seemed that the interests, goals and musical approach of the band was not that of my own. Also, managerial issues became too frequent with no resolution. These issues, I felt, made it hard for me as an individual to produce as a creative and enthusiastic member.”

The band is still touring in support of Autotheism, which came out last year on Sumerian Records.

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British extreme metal group Cradle of Filth have released the second half of a track by track breakdown videos for their latest release The Manticore and Other Horrors.  The album was recently released October 30 via Nuclear Blast Records.

Click here to see part two of the breakdowns.  If you haven’t seen part one yet you can click here to find it.

The Manticore and Other Horrors is Cradle of Filth’s tenth studio album and a follow up to the bands 2010 album Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa.

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British extreme metallers Cradle Of Filth have released their first track-by-track video for their latest album, The Manticore And Other Horrors. The album was released via Nuclear Blast Records.

The video shows guitarist Paul Allender discussing the album. Click right here to check out the first half of his track-by-track analysis.

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Cover Art Battle: Circles, Squares, & Pyramids

Posted by JDKleinhans on Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 8:07 PM (PST)

Welcome to Metal Riot’s Cover Art Battle! Every week we try and show the best-of-the-best in metal cover art, ranging from the fantastically illustrated to hauntingly photographed and everything in between.

Another week, more album cover art to discover. New bands. Tenured bands. Enough shenanigans. Time for you to go and vote.

That is all.

Don’t forget to like us on our Facebook page to stay up to date on this and future Cover Art Battles and look through our gallery of past winners with comments from the bands.

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Video: Cradle of Filth – “Frost on her Pillow”

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 9:15 AM (PST)

British extreme metal band Cradle of Filth have released a video for the song “Frost on her Pillow” from their upcoming album The Manticore and Other Horrors. The album is set for release on October 30th via Nuclear Blast.

You can watch the video and a making of video here.

The Manticore and Other Horrors is Cradle of Filth’s tenth studio album and a follow up to the bands 2010 album Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa.

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Lyric Video: Cradle Of Filth – “Manticore”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 8:10 AM (PST)

The one and only Cradle Of Filth have released a lyric video for the second single from their upcoming release The Manticore and Other Horrors. The song is called “Manticore” if you can believe it can be found by clicking right here.

The Manticore and Other Horrors will be the band’s 10th record and is set to be released in the US on October 30 via Nuclear Blast.  To check out the first single from the album called “For Your Vulgar Delectation” click here.

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New Music: Cradle Of Filth – “Manticore”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 6:47 AM (PST)

The one and only Cradle Of Filth have released the second single from their upcoming release The Manticore and Other Horrors and fittingly, the song is called “Manticore.”  This is the band’s 10th record and is set to be released in the US on October 30 via Nuclear Blast.

To find the song click here.

To check out the first single called “For Your Vulgar Delectation” click here.

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Lyric Video: Cradle Of Filth – “For Your Vulgar Delectation”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 8:08 AM (PST)

Attention lovers Cradle Of Filth have released a lyric video for the single “For Your Vulgar Delectation” taken from their upcoming album The Manticore And Other Horrors.  The album is due to drop October 30 on Peaceville Records and Nuclear Blast.  That’s pretty much all I have to say about that.

To check out the video click here.

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British extreme metallers Cradle Of Filth have released the cover artwork to their upcoming album The Manticore And Other Horrors. This is the band’s 10th studio album and it is set to be released on October 30th in North America via Nuclear Blast.

The album’s cover artwork was done by Matthew Vickerstaff of Darkwaveart. You can click right here to see a bigger picture of the artwork.

The new album was recorded in eight weeks at both Springvale and Grindstone Studios (where it was also mixed by Scott Atkins), Suffolk. It is a testament to the longevity of the band, as not only does it reek of the band’s (feared or revered) brand of delicious metal vamperotica, but this thoroughly modern album places the band in fresh killing fields anew.

The album’s title can be likened to a bestiary, a collection of stories on monsters- personal demons, Chimeras, literary fiends and world-enslaving entities to blame but a few. Frontman Dani Filth commented: “This is our 10th commandment in metal. We have diversified and kept alive the spirit of this band and breathed it into something that I can proudly say, slays like an absolute motherf**ker. The Manticore is coming… Long live the filth!”

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Cradle Of Filth announce that new album is being mixed

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 8:10 PM (PST)

The always attention hungry Dani Filth has announced via his blog that the new Cradle Of Filth record will be released in late 2012 and is currently in the mixing stages of production.

He has posted:

“The album has been split over two working studios; I have been based at Cradle’s resident studio Springvale under the helmsmanship of Mark Harwood for the last month or so, whilst the music has been captured not ten miles up the road at Scott Atkin’s Grindstone studio, enabling us to work parallel to one another and thus aid not only the creative itch, but the speed of the recording process too.”

If you really care enough you can read his entire post and get all the juicy details by clicking here.  Just remember that rules 1 through like 100 or so of being black metal are don’t be Dani Filth.  I mean just look at that picture…seriously guys, when did it become ok to smile in metal pics???

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Prong adds Crowbar and Cradle of Filth bassists to tour

Posted by jessepac on Thursday, May 17, 2012 at 1:50 PM (PST)

Prong is currently in the midst of a short UK and European tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their landmark Beg To Differ album.  Joining mainman Tommy Victor and drummer Alexei Rodriguez are bass players Matt Brunson of Crowbar and former Cradle of Filth bassist Dave Pybus.

Tommy Victor explained the presence of not one but two well know bassists.

“Since Tony Campos (who has been touring with the band and played on Carved Into Stone) is touring with Soulfly, we’ve had to tour with other bass players. Everyone who has toured with us so far has been fantastic and brought their own personal style to Prong. Phil Zeller from Toxic Holocaust did the Crowbar tour. Jason Rapesi who has played with Stone Sour did a few shows with us before that. We were heading to Europe and the guy we had couldn’t do it in the eleventh hour. Rather than cancel, our friend Matt Brunson from Crowbar stepped in and learned the entire Beg To Differ album in a day and a half! Then we found out that Dave Pybus who has played with Cradle of Filth, was going to be the tech on the tour. As it turned out, Dave is a massive PRONG fan! He learned some of the other songs and has been joining Alexei and I onstage every night. Now we have two great bass players each night! This tour has been a blast!”

Prong will resume tearing up the road in the US this July for a string of shows with the legendary Maryland Rockers Clutch.

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