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Album Review: Cradle of Filth- Existence is Futile

It's fair to say I had waited this album with barely contained excitement; Cradle have previously been riding a wave of great new music, and I had no doubt their 13th installment would impress me.  What I perhaps didn't expect, was how. A middle-finger to all the negativity of recent years, Existence is Futile does… Continue reading Album Review: Cradle of Filth- Existence is Futile

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Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Nymphetamine

I guess, finally, it's time that I reviewed this shart of darkness. Undoubtedly there are many articles out there, all written long before I had even uttered the word cunt, yet here I am. Why? Because this is the album that introduced me to the most important music in my life. I can only vaguely… Continue reading Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Nymphetamine

Cradle Of Filth ‎– Evermore Darkly...
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Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Evermore Darkly…

It's always interesting to see what others thought of something, when it comes to doing a review, and comparing that to your own perspective. For Evermore Darkly, I really had to think hard about it's criticisms and how I myself felt. "Almost a year since Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa, and the filthy Englishmen are back… Continue reading Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Evermore Darkly…

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Album Review: Hammer of the Witches

In a lot of ways, Hammer of the Witches is a special album for me. Not only did it mark the end of a time where I had drifted away from music, Cradle included, but it also made me realise why this was something I'll never do again. Listening to the tracks within was like… Continue reading Album Review: Hammer of the Witches

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Album Review: Dusk… And Her Embrace: The Original Sin

Dusk... And Her Embrace has always been one of my favourites from Cradle, largely because it wonderfully captures the Gothic essence that I covet so much. Even the title evokes something primal and arcane, suggestive of a dark fate we ultimately must accept. Of course, here I am reviewing the 2016 version, which contains the… Continue reading Album Review: Dusk… And Her Embrace: The Original Sin