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From the Cradle to Enslave

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Album Review

The music on From the Cradle to Enslave was originally featured on the Cradle of Filth home video PanDaemonAeon, and was released overseas several months before its 2000 American issue. While not quite on the level of the band's best full-lengths, the EP is a worthy addition to any fan's collection, featuring several songs that rank with the best of their work, as well as a cover of spiritual forebears the Misfits' "Death Comes Ripping."

Customer Reviews

A COF classic

A classic. If you've never heard from the Cradle to Enslave, you just don't know Cradle of Filth. That song is certainly their most popular (except maybe Nymphetamine fix) and it's worth an EP. Of Dark Blood and F***ing is nice too and Funeral in Carpathia is even better than the original song from their third album, Dusk and Her Embrace. The three covers really aren't very good, and th'at the only weakness of the album. But when those covers contitute half the cd... 6/10.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Suffolk, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

British black metal band Cradle of Filth were formed in 1991, originally comprised of vocalist Dani Filth (born Daniel Lloyd Davey), guitarist Paul Ryan, his keyboardist brother Benjamin, bassist John Richard, and drummer Darren. After recording a demo dubbed Invoking the Unclean a year later, the group recruited guitarist Robin Eaglestone, who quit soon after recording a second demo, Orgiastic Pleasures; however, when Richard exited the band a short time later, Eaglestone stepped back in to assume...
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