CRADLE OF FILTH: DANI FILTH Bobblehead Doll Available

At last, the head-nodding horror that is the Dani Filth bobblehead doll has arrived, kicking and screaming all the way from the City of Dis. These little beauties make a great desktop feature to preside o'er your poison-pen letter writing skills and are available for a limited time.

Rendered in his signature spiked bondage suit, the CRADLE OF FILTH frontman comes complete with his face gholishly made up in haunting corpse paint. He stands approximately 7 inches tall, is cast in durable polyresin for stability and features exquisite detail. This is a hand-numbered, limited edition release of only 1,500 bobbleheads, so order yours now by clicking here.

CRADLE OF FILTH will enter the studio on November 24 to begin recording its new album for a tentative June 2015 release. The CD will mark the first release with the band's new lineup, which includes new guitarists Ashok (of Czech groups ROOT and INNER FEAR) and Richard Shaw (of English acts EMPEROR CHUNG and NG26).



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