2021 marks the 30th anniversary of Suffolk, England, symphonic-metal outfit Cradle of Filth, who have made their name over the years with bombastic gothic-horror opuses like 1998's Cruelty and the Beast, a classic concept album about the infamous "blood countess" Elizabeth Báthory.
Now, to celebrate all of the above — plus the impending Valentine's Day — Cradle of Filth have teamed up with Rockabilia to produce a series of hand-numbered 12 x 36 inch posters, screen-printed on foil paper and featuring Cruelty and the Beast-inspired artwork by Australian artist Rhys Cooper (Studio Seppuku). If you want one, move fast: The black and red variants are limited to 91 (for 1991, the year Cradle of Filth formed), and the copper and pink variants are limited to just 30 (for COF's 30 years as a band). All are set to go on sale at rockabilia.com tomorrow, Friday, February 12th, at 12 p.m. CST. Posters are $56.66 each.