Cradle Of Filth Team Up With Electric Bear Brewing For “Pale Countess” Beer

Cradle Of Filth have joined forces with Electric Bear Brewing to create their own beer called “Pale Countess.” The band said the following about that:

“Electric Bear Brewing have teamed up with us to create this 4.5% English Pale Ale to see off our “In To The Pallademonium” tour at the The London Palladium. This delightfully wicked pale ichor, is awash with forbidden fruits, tropical hurricanes and the bloody hubbub of grapefruit and mango. Limited Availability at The London Palladium, Electric Bear web shop and Eebria 🦇 🧛🏼‍♀️”

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Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) Streams New Album “Martyr”

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) is streaming her new album “Martyr” in full via Metal Injection. That effort was co-written by ex-Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray and it will officially be released on October 7. Schoolcraft commented:

“Martyr is a tribute to all the music I love and everything I’ve wanted to create as a solo artist. I never thought I’d be able to work with the likes of Rocky Gray and all the talents that appear on this album, but, alas, here they are! I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I did enjoy breathing life into these heartfelt and turbulent pieces.”

Cradle Of Filth Cancel Upcoming Shows To Focus On New Album

Cradle Of Filth have cancelled four shows in Europe and Tel Aviv so they can focus on their new album. Despite this, the group still plan to play their October 19 “Cruelty And The Beast“ show at The Palladium in London, UK and their November 2 show at RGMC XXL 19 in Bruges, Belgium.

The band commented:

“Felicitations Filthlings,

Unfortunately Cradle Of Filth are cancelling their three upcoming shows in Europe (prior to the special London Palladium show), plus the show In Tel Aviv, Israel, due to time restraints concerning writing and pre-production for entering the studio for recording the forthcoming new album.

Having played literally all over the world this year, it is unfortunate that keeping the band this busy has forged an ever-decreasing window in which to fit everything in and so it is with some regret that we have to announce the cancellation of these shows.

That being said, Tel Aviv will be moved to a slot next year to coincide with COF’s first tour of China.

The headline show at the Entrepot in Bruges, Belgium on November 2nd remains unaffected.

Once again sincere apologies for this sudden turn of events, the next thing on our very metal agenda (and the last of a busy year) is the grandiose London Palladium performance on 19th October.

The nightmare before All Hallow’s Eve!

And brethren. please watch the heavens for a much pleasanter Cradle announcement later this week…”

Cradle Of Filth Stream Remixed/Remastered Version Of “Lustmord And Wargasm (The Lick Of Carnivorous Winds)”

Cradle Of Filth are streaming a remixed/remastered version of their song “Lustmord And Wargasm (The Lick Of Carnivorous Winds).“ This version of the track will appear on the new “re-misteressed” edition of “Cruelty And The Beast,“ which is set to be released on November 1.

Bring Me The Horizon, Mötley Crüe, Misfits, Etc. Songs To Be Featured On “WWE 2K20” Video Game Soundtrack

The track listing has been revealed for the “WWE 2K20” soundtrack. That video game will be released on October 22 and it will feature songs from Bring Me The Horizon, Mötley Crüe, Misfits, Muse, Poppy, etc.

Here’s all the in-game tracks:

  • Banks – “Gimme”
  • Barns Courtney – “99”
  • Bring Me The Horizon – “Wonderful Life” (feat. Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth)
  • Grandson – “Stigmata”
  • Lil Uzi Vert – “XOTour Llif3”
  • Mötley Crüe – “The Dirt” (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
  • Muse – “The Dark Side”
  • Poppy – “Metal”
  • Saweetie – “Icy Girl”
  • The Black Keys – “Lo/Hi”
  • Misfits – “Hybrid Moments”
  • Watt – “Burning Man” (feat. Post Malone)

The 69 Eyes Premiere New Video For “Two Horns Up” Feat. Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth

The 69 Eyes have premiered a new video for their song “Two Horns Up.” This track features Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth and it appears on the band’s latest album “West End.”

Jyrki 69 commented:

“We’ve been friends with Dani Filth for 25 years and The 69 Eyes did our best-ever and legendary North American tour with them over ten years ago. We were partying with him on my 50th birthday at Hollywood’s Rainbow Bar & Grill last October and came into conclusion that he should sing some guest vocals on our new album. It is mind-blowing to have the world’s most recognizable extreme metal vocalist on the opening track on our album. ‘Two Horns Up‘ speaks about today and to everybody!”

Cradle Of Filth To Re-Release “Cruelty And The Beast” In November

Cradle Of Filth will officially re-release their 1998 album “Cruelty And The Beast” on November 1 via Music For Nations. This version of the effort, which is titled “Cruelty And The Beast – Re-Mistressed,“ was remixed and remastered by Scott Atkins. It will also include a bonus cover of Iron Maiden‘s “Hallowed Be Thy Name,“ new artwork by Stuart Williamson, and revised liner notes by frontman Dani Filth and Dayal Patterson. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

Filth commented:

“Released on the 5th of May, around the same time as we were arrested at the Vatican, ‘Cruelty.. and The Beast’ had been a painstaking labour of love, a year of intense writing amid ever growing popularity and distraction. The album’s concept of the Hungarian blood countess Elizabeth Bathory – both historically astute and fictionally correct – was to become a dangerous obsession of mine and one that saw many a first light of dawn working on the lyrics, hellbent on making the story worthy of her legend.”

“Cruelty And The Beast remains a phenomenally important album in the band’s back catalogue and one that I am exceptionally proud of, as I am exceptionally proud of this Re-Mistressed version, 21 years on from the original release. I hope the listener – sitting there by the flame-lit hearth with his/her walnut pipe on the go – thoroughly enjoys this Cradle classic, so vividly brought back to life for the fickle world today.”

Patterson added:

“Cruelty And The Beast has long been considered a milestone album in Cradle Of Filth’s career, a combination of atmospheric storytelling and visceral, and surprisingly vicious, songs. This 21st anniversary edition has bolstered those songs with an added weight, improving the sound considerably with a warmer and punchier mix, making it a must hear for long-time fans and newcomers alike.”