CRADLE OF FILTH have been confirmed for this year's installment of the Arvikafestivalen, scheduled to take place Sweden July 15-17 in Arvika, Sweden. Also set to appear are MESHUGGAH, THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES, VIVE LA FÊTE and SUB6, among others.Tickets for the festival are priced at 830 SEK (plus a service charge) and can be obtained from BiljettDirekt (tel: 077-170 70 70) or www.ticnet.se. For more information about Arvikafestivalen, click here. As previously reported, CRADLE OF FILTH will enter the studio on Friday, February 13 to begin recording their Roadrunner Records debut, tentatively titled "Nymphetamine". The follow-up to last year's "Damnation and a Day" will be produced by ANTHRAX guitarist Rob Caggiano, who has previously worked with the group during the mixing stage for "Damnation…". "Damnation and a Day" has sold 62,850 copies in the U.S. to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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