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Cradle Of Filth Release Making Of 'Heartbreak And Seance' Music Video





Behind The Scenes Of Cradle Of Filth's New Video 'Heartbreak And Seance'



UK's legendary extreme metal icons CRADLE OF FILTH have released the official making of the music video for the first single from their eagerly awaited 12th album, Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay.

See the making of here: https://youtu.be/FJwqiLOuF3o



Watch the music video here: https://vimeo.com/224915782

The album is now available for pre-orders: http://nblast.de/CoFCryptoriana
Get 'Heartbreak And Seance' as an instant grat when you buy the album digitally.

Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay will be released on September 22 via Nuclear Blast.

Also below is the stunning cover artwork by Artūrs Bērziņš. Bērziņš is the mastermind behind the new record’s artwork, photography and videography – best known for his defiant neo-symbolism raster graphics and oil paintings; postmodern interpretations of classic myths. He has been proclaimed as a “sacred monster of Latvian postmodernism”.

CRADLE OF FILTH UK & IRELAND TOUR:
30.10. Belfast - Limelight
31.10. Dublin - Academy (Halloween Show)
02.11. Manchester - Academy 2
03.11. Glasgow - Garage
04.11. Birmingham - O2 Institute 2
05.11. Church - Leeds
07.11. Oxford - O2 Academy
08.11. Southampton - Engine Rooms
09.11. Norwich - Waterfront
10.11. London - Electric Ballroom
11.11. Bristol - Bierkeller

Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay was recorded at Grindstone Studios, Suffolk, UK by the very honourable Scott Atkins, esq. who has been the resident go-to producer for CRADLE OF FILTH for several albums. Dani sat in during the mix, serving up flaming mugs of teas, making the studio couch his own and lending his ears when necessary.

www.cradleoffilth.com | www.facebook.com/cradleoffilth | www.nuclearblast.de/cradleoffilth

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