CRADLE OF FILTH Get Conceptual On "Damnation And A Day"

CRADLE OF FILTH's forthcoming debut CD for the Sony label has a working title of Damnation And A Day, and will be another conceptual work (in the vein of Cruelty & The Beast). At the moment, CRADLE OF FILTH are scheduled to demo several of the new tracks at New Rising Studios in Peldon, UK (where they recorded their Bitter Suites To Succubi CD) later this month, before re-entering the studio in May to record the full-length CD for a late summer release. If all goes according to plan, CRADLE OF FILTH will also appear at this year's Ozzfest UK Festival, which is due to take place this summer at Donington. Plans also exist for a full South American tour sometime after the album's completion late next summer, possibly around late September/early October.


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