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.”

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) Premieres “Where I Fall” Lyric Video

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) has premiered a lyric video for her new song “Where I Fall.” This track will appear on her new album “Martyr.” That effort was co-written by ex-Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray and it will be released on October 7.

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) Premieres “See The Light” Lyric Video

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) has premiered a lyric video for her new song “See The Light.” This track features Xenoyr (Ne Obliviscaris) and it will appear on Schoolcraft’s new album “Martyr.” That effort was co-written by ex-Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray and it will be released on October 7.

Schoolcraft commented:

“I knew I wanted to have a duet on this album somewhere and the more I completed composing ‘See The Light’ with Rocky Gray, the more I knew Xenoyr needed to appear on it. Sometimes, if you want to say something loudly it has to be screamed harshly, and the more I reflected on the lyrics, the more I heard many of our shared conversations. This song is open to interpretation, but I wrote it back in 2016 when it was prevalent that greed and prejudice were more valued globally over compassion and doing the right thing. Those difficult times for the world inspired this song greatly.”

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) To Release New Solo Album In October

Lindsay Schoolcraft (Cradle Of Filth) has announced that her debut solo album “Martyr” will be released on October 7. The effort was co-written by ex-Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray and it will feature 11 tracks. Schoolcraft commented:

“At last I can finally share with the world what I’ve been so vaguely teasing online for years. I can’t thank my fans enough for being so patient about this release. Working with Rocky Gray has been a dream come true for me and the love I have for his work and my lyrical stories really shines through on this album. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did creating and recording it.”

Benighted Stream “Martyr” From Their New 20th Anniversary Release

Benighted are streaming “Martyr” off their new limited edition 20th anniversary collection, “Dogs Always Bite Harder Than Their Master,“ which is set to be released on October 12. Pre-orders for that can be found HERE.

“Dogs Always Bite Harder Than Their Master” Track Listing:

01. “Teeth And Hatred”
02. “Martyr”
03. “Dogs Always Bite Harder Than Their Master”
04. “Slaughter Of The Soul” (At The Gates cover)
05. “Reptilian” (live in Lyon 2018)
06. “Cum With Disgust” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Arno of Black Bomb A)
07. “Spit” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Niklas Kvarforth of Shining)
08. “Necrobreed” (live in Lyon 2018)
09. “Unborn Infected Children” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Sven “Svencho” de Caluwe of Aborted & Nikita Kamprad of Der Weg einer Freiheit)
10. “Foetus” (live in Lyon 2018) (feat. Ben Wright of Unfathomable Ruination)

Septicflesh Premiere “Martyr” Music Video

Septicflesh have premiered a new video for their song, “Martyr.” This song is from the band’s latest album “Codex Omega.”

The band said the following:

“We are welcoming the new year by releasing a second video from our latest album, ‘Codex Omega‘ – this time for the song, ‘Martyr‘. Once again the clip is directed by Jon Simvonis, blending the music of SEPTICFLESH with Kendo, which literally means ‘the way of the sword’. It is a battle of sword and spirit. The ultimate goal of the fighter is to become superior to his own previous self.”