Cradle of Filth have released their new music video, “Frost On Her Pillow.” The song comes off the band’s 10th studio album, The Manticore And Other Horrors, which hits stores in North America on October 30. Check out the clip below and let us know what you think in the comments.
English metal band Cradle of Filth (pictured left) have posted some behind-the-scenes footage from their new music video, “Frost On Her Pillow.” The song comes from the band’s 10th album, The Manticore and Other Horrors, which is due to hit selves October 30. The full “Frost On Her Pillow” video will premiere Friday on GuitarWorld.com.
English extreme metal band Cradle of Filth have just released an official lyric video for their new song, “For Your Vulgar Delectation.” Check it out below. The track comes from the band’s upcoming new album, The Manticore And Other Horrors, which is due out October 30 via Nuclear Blast Records. You can pick up a […]
Chris “Weird Biker” Krovatin is the author of two young adult novels, Heavy Metal & You and Venomous. He is currently working on multiple new writing projects, as well as new material with his local New York metal band Flaming Tusk. He is a freelance writer for Revolver and generally comes off as a good-natured […]
Our favorite holiday? Easy: Halloween. We’re eagerly counting down the days to All Hallows Eve, and we’re doing it by enlisting some of our favorite rockers to select the “most metal” fright flicks of all time. So check back right here at RevolverMag.com every day until the big, bad scariest one of them all. Right […]
It’s Tuesday–the day that albums come out–and this one includes new shit from Iced Earth, Puscifer, and Cradle of Filth, among others. Check out the list of new releases below and let us know which ones you have already or are planning to get. Alarum – Natural Causes (Willowtip) Autopsy – Mental Funeral: 20th Anniversary […]
From the gothic harpsichord intro, tailor-made for an ancient black-and-white horror flick, to the sputtered-and-hissed poetry that closes Cradle of Filth’s Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa, the English metal icons are in fine form on their ninth album. Although Dani Filth and his bandmates don’t venture too far from the chaotic shrieking of their last album, 2008’s Godspeed on the Devil’s Thunder—or any recent Cradle album, for that matter—they sound more mature as a group right from the start.