Lindsay Schoolcraft, riding high off the release of her debut solo album, Martyr, on October 11th, 2019, continues to…
New on Redefining Darkness Productions, Saprophytic Divinations by Colorado-based Helleborus is a gorgeously constructed, polished production containing more than its fair share of the rasping, tortured vocals, ebb-and-flow blastbeats and shrill discord that black metal aficionados crave.
Lindsay Schoolcraft has been lighting it up on the road with extreme metal superstars Cradle of Filth for years now, but the time has come for her solo debut Martyr. We speak to Schoolcraft about the new album, Cradle of Filth, and working with former Evanescence drummer Rocky Gray.
Accomplished Canadian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Lindsay Schoolcraft self-released her debut album, Martyr, on October 11th, and the eleven-track record is an exciting, knockout start to her solo career.
If UK black metal built around the sparing, yet tasteful application of keyboards over fairly complex guitar passages with occasional clean, operatic vocal passages is your thing, Necronautical offer exactly that – in spades – on Apotheosis, their latest release on Candlelight Records.
Due via Australis Records, Illvsio Machina, the latest EP from Chilean symphonic black metal outfit Antartandes, is over-the-top, brash and unapologetic in its industrial, post-apocalyptic fury.
Bloodstock organisers have confirmed that German rock legends The Scorpions will be the Sunday night headliner joining the previously announced Sabaton as two of the three headline acts.
Bloodstock organisers have given fans an early Halloween treat with a six band announcement including Children of Bodom and Cradle Of Filth. Get more details here.
Let’s get the rating out of the way…If you are a long-time fan of Slipknot, this is a must-purchase item.
Devilment shows grand promise, with their new album II: The Mephisto Waltzes; balancing graceful and grinding, read more about it here.
Cradle of Filth’s highly anticipated and caliginous creation, Hammer of the Witches, is set for release on July 10 via Nuclear Blast, but fans can listen to “Enshrined In Crematoria” here!
Cradle are back in top form with Hammer Of The Witches. If they can manage to keep a stable line-up, then this might be the start of another great age of Filth-y albums!
Cradle of Filth, the extreme metal band hailing from Suffolk, England, have been busy remastering their third demo Total Fucking Darkness. The disc released on May 5, 2014, and featured eleven of their classic tracks giving fans the chance to revisit the band’s humble beginnings. With ten official albums under their belt and the re-release of some of their early material, I’m sure many fans are left wondering what’s next for the band? Former guitarist Paul Ryan was nice enough to take the time to answer some of our questions related to this re-release, along with some personal band experience, and what’s next for COF.