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CRADLE OF FILTH Confirms Completion of New Album

Published / Fri 5 Jul 2024

CRADLE OF FILTH Confirms Completion of New Album

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Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth recently spoke with Hayley Leggs of TotalRock (Watch Below) and confirmed that the band’s new album is “finished.”

He mentioned, “The new single will come out at the beginning of October prior to our European tour… So, yeah, new single prior to the album that’s coming out — I’m going to say end of February, but I’d be lying. ‘Cause I’ve got no idea. But it’s around that time.”

Dani Filth Discusses Album Release and Ed Sheeran Collab

In May, Filth provided an update to Australia’s Heavy about the recording sessions for the band’s follow-up to their 2021 album “Existence Is Futile.” He stated:

We’ve already done our [collaborative] track with [pop superstar and noted CRADLE OF FILTH fan] Ed Sheeran, although that’ll be probably coming out on the special edition of the new album, but I can’t really talk much more about that, all legalities and what have you. We should be dropping a new single, actually, around the time of the Australian tour [in September 2024], maybe a little bit later… [The single] should be [out] probably about the same time, with the album being dropped around March next year.

Filth continued…


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The album we started last July, and our record company was, like, ‘Why are you taking so long?’ It’s, like, ‘Well, because we’re on tour.’ We started the album [and then] we literally went off on tour for two months. So, yeah, we’ve been very, very busy.

When asked about the musical direction of the new material, Dani Filth described it as

A step on from the last record. Same production values, same producer, although we always approach it from a different way, so it does sound a lot different. I can’t go too much into it because no matter what I say, it’s not really gonna justify or do justice to the tracks on there. It’s very hard to explain. It’s got [elements of] ‘Dusk… And Her Embrace’ vibe-wise. Vocally, it’s a bit of everything. It’s an aggressive record. It’s a very catchy record. Yeah, it’s just something that’s gonna really please our fans. We’ve worked very hard on it. And the last record was received really well, ‘Existence Is Futile’. It’s an advancement from that. But it’s not because I’m being told, ‘Keep it calm. You can’t talk about the record yet.’ It’s very difficult to talk about something that’s got so much in it.

In 2023, Cradle of Filth released “Trouble And Their Double Lives,” their first live album in over 20 years, through Napalm Records. The album was recorded between 2014 and 2019 at various performances in the USA, Europe, Australia, and beyond during the band’s “Cryptoriana” world tour and subsequent dates. Produced, mixed, and mastered by Scott Atkins at Grindstone Studios, with recording captured by Danny B, the album features fan favourites from the band’s discography, along with two bonus tracks and two entirely new songs, “She Is A Fire” and “Demon Prince Regent.”


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