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Cradle of Filth offer new song as free download 

added: 24 Sep 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Cradle of Filth are set to release their new masterwork 'The Manticore & other Horrors' this Hallowe'en on Peaceville Records. They've now unleashed a track from the album for free download. You can get 'For Your Vulgar Delectation' here.

The title of Cradle Of Filth's tenth studio full-length can be likened to a bestiary, a collection of stories on Monsters; personal demons, Chimeras, literary fiends and world-enslaving entities to blame but a few, Manticore being the ravening title track. It is a song about a beautiful mythological horror that comes to be feared as the disfigurehead of foreign occupation in the Indian provinces.

The songs Illicitus and Pallid Reflection bare the sweet ingredients of vampirism and lycanthropy; the wicked For Your Vulgar Delectation and Frost On her Pillow are woven perversely into grim fairytales, whilst classic, monumental tracks like The Abhorrent and Siding With The Titans both extol tentacular Lovecraftian values.

The album itself possesses an altogether new atmosphere for the band, incorporating a heavier, faster NWOBBM punk vibe that is both current and cruel, blended with ornate orchestration and the quirky immediateness of 2000's Midian opus.

Singer Dani Filth had this to say on the new album: 'This is our tenth commandment in metal. We have diversified and kept alive the spirit of this band and breathed it into something that I can proudly say, slays like an absolute motherf**ker. The Manticore is coming. Long live the filth!'

Cradle of Filth is also set to spread their darkness upon European lands with a tour throughout November & December.



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