CRADLE OF FILTH Frontman's Contribution To DARIO ARGENTO's 'Mother of Tears' Available

CRADLE OF FILTH frontman Dani Filth recently recorded vocals for the theme song to Dario Argento's latest horror/suspense opus "Mother of Tears: The Third Mother". The song, entitled "(She's) The Mother of Tears" was composed by Claudio Simonetti. Simonetti, a veritable legend among horror film scores, is also noted for penning music to such classics as "Dawn of the Dead", "Suspiria", "Phenomena" and several episodes of the popular series "Masters of Horror".

Listen to the track below.

CRADLE OF FILTH guitarist Charles Hedger will be interviewed on Black Flame Radio this coming Wednesday night/Thursday morning (November 14-15) between 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 a.m. EST. The interview was conducted at the band's October 30 stop in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Black Flame Radio can be heard via:

* FM 105.5 CHRY (Toronto/North York)
* Rogers Digital Cable channel 945
* via the Internet at www.chry.fm (latest version of Winamp recommended)

For more information on Black Flame Radio, go to this location.

CRADLE OF FILTH recently completed the Viva La Bands 2007 North American tour, sponsored by MTV personality Bam Margera and Rockstar Energy Drinks.

The band is continuing to tour in support of its latest Roadrunner Records release "Thornography", whose brooding energy is accentuated by guest vocals by goth rock hero Ville Valle of HIM and Doug Bradley (Pinhead of the "Hellraiser" film series and longtime CRADLE OF FILTH collaborator).

Two new videos have launched exclusively on CRADLE OF FILTH's MySpace page and its official YouTube channel: the live performance of "Tonight In Flames", directed by guitarist Paul Allender, and "The Foetus of a New Day Kicking", which Filth considers "a post-apocalyptic anthem depicting strength revived…with tanks, hot girls and scorched earth erotica."

"Mater Lacrimarum" featuring music by Daemonia (Claudio Simonetti), vocals and lyrics by Dani Filth. Taken from "La Terza Madre" (Mother of Tears) by Dario Argento:

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