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  • Audio CD (27 Oct. 2008)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition, Explicit Lyrics, Special Edition, Import
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN: B001E1GXPK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 127,656 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. - In Grandeur and Frankincense Devilment Stirs - 2:27
  2. - Shat Out of Hell - 5:03
  3. - The Death of Love - 7:14
  4. - The 13th Caesar - 5:34
  5. - Tiffauges - 2:15
  6. - Tragic Kingdom - 5:59
  7. - Sweetest Maleficia - 5:59
  8. - Honey and Sulphur - 5:38
  9. - Midnight Shadows Crawl to Darken Counsel with Life 8:58
  10. - Darkness Incarnate - 8:56
  11. - Ten Leagues Beneath Contempt - 5:09
  12. - Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder - 5:32
  13. - Corpseflower - 4:18

Disc: 2

  1. - Balsamic and Anathema - 8:02
  2. - A Thousand Hands on the Maid of Ruin - 6:01
  3. - Into The Crypt of Rays - 4:13
  4. - Devil to the Metal - 6:19
  5. - Courting Baphomet - 5:21
  6. - The Love of Death (Remix) - 5:13
  7. - The Death of Love (Demo) - 7:22
  8. - The 13th Caesar (demo) - 5:30
  9. - Dirge Inferno (live) - 4:53
  10. - Dusk and Her Embrace (live) - 5:52

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Tracks: Disc I: In Grandeur And Frankincense Devilment Stirs 2:27 / Shat Out Of Hell 5:03 / The Death Of Love 7:14 / The 13th Caesar 5:36 / Tiffauges 2:14 / Tragic Kingdom 6:00 / Sweetest Maleficia 5:59 / Honey And Sulphur 5:38 / Midnight Shadows Crawl To Darken Counsel With Life 8:59 / Darkness Incarnate 8:56 / Ten Leagues Beneath Contempt 4:59 / Godspeed On The Devil's Thunder 5:37 / Corpseflower 2:42 / Disc II: Balsamic And Anathema 6:06 / A Thousand Hands On The Maid Of Ruin 8:05 / Into The Crypt Of Rays 4:11 / Devil To The Metal 6:18 / Courting Baphomet 5:18 / The Love Of Death [RMX] 5:13 / The Death Of Love [Demo] 7:17 / The 13th Caesar [Demo] 5:28 / Dirge Inferno [Live] 6:46 / Dusk And Her Embrace [Live] 5:46

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In a good year for Symphonic Black/Death Metal, with excellent releases from the likes of Haggard, Hollenthon, Therion and even a touch of the strings on Judas Priest's Nostradamus, this is another fine addition!
Far less gimmicky and WAY more intense, than the underwhelming Thornography, this is a return to the cinematic scope of 2003's Damnation And A Day. There is much in terms of bombastic orchestration to be enjoyed - provided by keyboard/synth but none the less impressive for this. In fact, it's rivalled only by the sterling keyboard work on Epica's Divine Conspiracy in it's recreation of a real orchestral style sound. Haunting choral work is also present to chill and unease.
The production is lavish, yet never loses sight that this IS Metal. Furious bass drums, harsh riffs and the demonic wails of Dani Filth liken comparison to Dimmu Borgir. The lyrics are dark and eloquently written, depicting the lifestory of a middle ages serial killer. Final exquisite touches are supplied by the superb vocal textures of Doug (Pinhead) Bradley on the narrative interludes. Class!
Special mention for the superb artwork!
This is so much better than the last album in every single department...
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Here we go back to the sound of old, but not too old! The feel of the album reminds me of Damnation and a Day, not back to Midian etc as some people have said. I enjoyed Thornography, as most people didnt. I thought it was fresh and very catchy, but unlike Cradle. It will take some getting use to as all good music does. I wish they would keep the talky bits down a bit. I do realise this is a concept album, but it gets a bit much. Other than that, a top class record!
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Cradles new album is one of their best yet! much harder with some fantastic lyrics!

Thornography was great to listen to the first time but i found myself listening to their previous work rather than thornography. I feared they would release an album very similar to thornography but i was proved wrong!

This album takes you back to the spirit of their midian era and provides great listening to any cradle fan 100% recommended!
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After Thornography okay to middling effort in 2006 Cradle fans were longing for a return to the quality that had gone before. No covers of old pop songs, no collaborations with Ville Valo just sheer brutality. This delivers in spades. An awesome album that will be held up in future along side the likes of Midian and Cruelty and is arguably more complete than either. Furiously quick blastbeats welcome the new drummer in. Allender is back to his best days in terms of songwriting. Dani this time has proven the doubters wrong by offering great poetry delivered by a shuddering vocal performance many thought he had lost the ability to do. Any great Cradle album should leave the listener breathless by the end, I had to pause to catch my breath between songs. A genuine return to former glories leaving Thornography forgotten about. I retract the statement made in my Midian review, Cradle are back.
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I think that the majority of Cradle fans would agree with me that their last 2 albums have been a bit of a disappointment. I wouldn't advise against having a listen to Thornography but it and Nymphetamine were very much on the commercial and crowd pleasing side, failing to really deliver on the heaviness, darkness and maleficent magic that we hope for. But times have changed and Cradle seem to have gone back to what they do best, another concept album (their 4th, if you count Midian, which is more linked by a theme than telling a story). So they return to tell the blood drenched, dark and decadent story of the notorious Gilles de Rais. Google him. Concept albums have always worked well for Cradle with Dani's deranged poetry and the band's seeming inability to write anything catchy that their fans don't hate.

Opener "Shat out of hell" isn't the most auspicious of openers, with a somewhat annoyingly shouty approach, although the powerful riff is a good start, and it gets pretty good toward the end. Then we start to get into the interesting territory. "The Death of Love" and "The 13th Ceasar" are both very impressive efforts. The former utilising Sarah's beautiful vocals to full effect to tell the dramatic and tragic tale of Joan of Arc. The latter is possibly my favourite. Gothic, spooky choral backing, beautiful strings and heavy riffs all mixed together. "Honey and Sulphur" is another winner, also employing the choirs and severely screechy vocals not to mention some very poetic lyrics. "Midnight Shadows..." is one of their more fun songs, with some melodic keyboards added. Finally, "Ten Leagues Beneath Contempt" is my other favourite, I think it somehow shows a more mature side to their music.
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Returning to a faster and darker sound Cradle of Filth's long awaited follow up to Thornography is worth the wait.

Atmospheric and dark this album will stand up along side their older work such as "Dusk and her Embrace" and "Midian" as another classic.

The Delux version disc 2 is worth investigating for the little gems it contains such as the cover of Celtic Frosts "Into the Crypt of Rays" and the rather un-nerving remix of the "Death of Love"

This is a contender for album of the year.
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