CRADLE OF FILTH Drummer's NEMHAIN Project To Record Debut Demo This Weekend

NEMHAIN, the new band featuring CRADLE OF FILTH/AT THE GATES drummer Adrian Erlandsson and his wife, fetish model Morrigan Hel (a.k.a. Amber England), will record their debut demo this weekend. Songtitles set to appear on the effort are as follows:

01. Mr. Bronson
02. Blood Runs Free
03. Ana
04. Heroin Child
05. Honey

As previously reported, NEMHAIN will make its live debut on August 27 at Bar Monsta in London, England. The group's lineup consists of the following:

Cherry Forever - Rhythm Guitar
Morrigan Hel - Vocals
Liv Fast - Lead Guitar
Da Witch - Bass
The Swede (a.k.a. Adrian Erlandsson) – Drums

Check out a flyer for the show at this location.

Erlandsson has lined up the following drum clinics in September:

Sep. 02 - Drum Central, Glasgow, UK (store opening and signing)
Sep. 03 - Drum Central, Glasgow, UK (drumshow)
Sep. 04 - Northern Drum Centre, Bradford, UK
Sep. 05 - Newcastle Drum Centre, Newcastle, UK
Sep. 06 - Nottingham Drum, Nottingham, UK
Sep. 08 - Talkin Headz, Milton Keynes, UK
Sep. 11 - Trevada, Corn Exchange, Camborne, UK
Sep. 17 - Drumworld, Holland

Erlandsson is currently offering one-on-one drum lessions in the Colchester/London area of England. Interested parties can contact Adrian at [email protected] He is also planning to open an eBay store very shortly where he will sell "all sorts of drum stuff, old tour shirts, etc." Erlandsson is also in the process of writing a book. More news will be made available soon.

CRADLE OF FILTH's new album, entitled "Thornography", is scheduled for release on September 19 via Roadrunner Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Libertina Grim", "Tonight in Flames", "Cemetery and Sundown", "I Am the Thorn", "The Byronic Man" (featuring guest vocals from H.I.M.'s Ville Valo) and "Temptation".

The follow-up to 2004's "Nymphetamine", "Thornography" was recorded at Lincolnshire, England's Chapel studios with producer Rob Caggiano (BLEEDING THROUGH, ANTHRAX).


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