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  1. Tezragore Reply
    Jul 28,  · Put simply, Dusk And Her Embrace is a masterpiece. Everything from Dani’s yearning, Byronic lyrics to the expansive production values; from Nicholas Barker’s infernal drumming to Venom’s Cronos popping up on album closer Haunted Shores just reeks of ambition, and most bands in this situation would crumble like biscuits under the feet of Stormtroopers.
  2. Kigazahn Reply
    Cradle of Filth Dusk and Her Embrace () Holy shit! This is a fantastic record! Everything is perfect! "A gothic Romance" is my second favourite Cradle song. (My favourite Cradle song is "Queen of Winter, Throned", but it's not featured on any studio album. it's .
  3. Maurisar Reply
    Cradle of Filth - Dusk and Her Embrace music album discussion and ratings.
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    Nov 15,  · Dusk and Her Embrace builds perfectly on the band's first album, Principle of Evil, and makes you wonder what that album could have sounded like with better guitarists and production. It sends chills down my spine, and makes the hairs on my neck stand up, whereas their later albums just sounded increasingly contrived and pretentious to me/5().
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    Album. Dusk and Her Embrace Cradle of Filth. Released August 19, More Cradle of Filth albums Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness of Decay. Hammer of the Witches.
  6. Vudojas Reply
    Cradle of Filth are an English extreme metal band, formed in Suffolk, England in The band's musical style evolved originally from black metal to a cleaner and more "produced" amalgam of gothic metal, symphonic metal and other metal genres. Their lyrical themes and imagery are heavily influenced by Gothic literature, poetry, mythology and horror films.
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    Album Rating: Of course they are. Hating Cradle of Filth is the cool thing to do around here, especially the past 2 albums. somberlain January 5th
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    Dec 22,  · This album contains the original recording of the band's second album from with the The Principle of Evil Made Flesh-lineup. The band did not like the result and they decided to not release it. In Music for Nations released the re-recorded version of Dusk And Her Embrace /5().