Tag Archives: Cradle of Filth

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Dokk´em Open Air in Netherlanders headlined by King Diamond and Cradle of Filth

Dokkum is a magic place, where you don’t need to close your eyes to travel many centuries ago, elegant style, typical Netherlanders landscapes from chaotic Amsterdam to this pacific town, perfect if you are interested in really good beers; and the metal festival is the best excuse to visit it, a tiny festival, with 300 volunteers giving all they have ...

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The 69 Eyes reveal tour and new album ‘West End’

This year marks 30 years as a band for Helskini vampires The 69 Eyes, and in typical fashion, they have a new album and tour up their sleeves. The new album ‘West End’ is released on September 13th via Nuclear Blast. This is their 12th studio album also features guest vocals from Cradle Of Filth‘s Dani Filth, Wednesday 13 and Beastö Blancö’s Calico Cooper. ...

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Bloodstock Announce Five More Bands To Line-Up

No one says, “HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY MOTHER FUCKERS!!!” quite like Bloodstock, who’ve announced five more bands to their already interstellar line-up. Remember, you’re never alone if you have metal in your heart. Toronto punks Cancer Bats are enforcing the Ronnie James Dio stage, which shouldn’t come to anyone’s surprise. Along with releasing one of 2018’s more outstanding records, their recent run ...

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Download 2018: Sunday Highlights

The last day of Download is usually the best, and the worst. Best – for obvious reasons. Like a great meal, the best is saved until last. We have a star-studded finale to what was a great weekend and will go down as one of the biggest Downloads ever. The worst? Simply for the reason that the festival is drawing ...

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Download 2018: 10 acts you NEED to see on the main stage

We’re finally here! Download 2018! RAMzine have guided you through all of the stages at this years festival (or at leas the ones on the poster) and now we have come to the main stage. In all honesty, this year’s line-up is so stacked, this could have been a top 100, but we have stuck to the traditional 10 to ...

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Devilment - II - The Mephisto Waltzes

Review: Devilment – II – The Mephisto Waltzes

Devilment have made it to a stage very few bands of their breed do: the second album. Countless times we have seen the ‘other band’ of recognisable names (in this case Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth) get no further than the release of the first record and maybe a small nationwide tour. Their first record, The Great and Secret ...

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Cradle Of Filth to release vinyl version of ‘Dusk… And Her Embrace – The Original Sin’

It’s been hidden away for 21 years, but Cacophonous Records have finally announced that CRADLE OF FILTH’s sophomore album ‘DUSK… AND HER EMBRACE – THE ORIGINAL SIN’ will be resurrected and released as a gatefold double LP on 11th November. This follows the success of the CD and digital releases in July, which landed at #17 in the UK Rock Album ...

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RAMzine Issue 8 – Hammerfest, Cradle of Filth, Anti-Clone, AshesToAngels!

RAMzine Issue 8 is here! This issue is our biggest yet, jam-packed with content! We have traveled to Wales quite a few times over the last month for the HRH events, as we cover Hammerfest, HRH AOR, HRH Prog (check out our HRH Blues review online soon!). We catch up with Dani Filth as he stops by Hammerfest to play ...

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Cradle Of Filth release video for ‘Blackest Magick In Practice’

Having gently coaxed us back in time with ‘Right Wing Of The Garden Triptych’, Cradle Of Filth present us with a new video for one of their ‘traditionally filthy’ tracks: ‘Blackest Magick In Practice’. With a sound hailing back to the days of 1996’s ‘Dusk And Her Embrace’, their latest release from Hammer Of The Witches should serve a positive sign for those fans ...

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Review: Cradle Of Filth – Hammer Of The Witches

Cradle of Filth, a band that surely needs no introduction but perhaps a brief history lesson. Since their inception in 1991, the band has undergone numerous alterations to its line-up, the most recent and significant being the departure of long-standing guitarist, Paul Allender. Despite all the changes in the past, there has been a fairly consistent sound; the noticeable changes ...

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