Cradle Of Filth the UK’s most visionary and hellish outfit are pleased to announce that they will be playing a special one off festival warm-up show in Portsmouth.
The show will take place at Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms on June 23rd 2017.
Tickets will go on-sale this Friday 31st March @ 10.00 bst from the below link:
June 23rd – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Tickets will also be available from the venue box office direct:
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms BO 023 9286 3911
Stay tuned for more Cradle Of Filth show announcements in due course throughout the year.
Cradle Of Filth are currently locked away, working on the follow up to 2015’s opus ‘Hammer Of The Witches’. Stayed tuned for more news later this year.
Cradle Of Filth have cast a commanding and macabre shadow across the metal scene for nearly a quarter of a century. Armed with their trademark, cross-pollinated assault, that taps into myriad strands of sonic extremity and morbid opulence, they have steadily conquered the entire world, unleashing a malevolent slew of classic albums along the way. From the raw and rambunctious savagery of their 1994 debut ‘The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh‘ to the wickedly monstrous, technicolour bombast of 2012’s ‘The Manticore & Other Horrors‘, the Cradle ethos and aesthetic has had a huge impact on the evolution of metal, the band’s insatiable appetite for performing live and frontman Dani Filth’s unerring charisma and sense of occasion ensuring that they have established a powerful and enduring connection with Hell-bound acolytes everywhere.
‘Hammer Of The Witches’ stands out as a milestone in Cradle’s lengthy history. It continues their grand tradition of infusing every album with a unique atmosphere and conceptual elements that embolden the songs’ dramatic execution. It is classic Cradle from start to finish. And with typically mischievous aplomb, the album’s title gleefully flips the historical script, turning the tables on the gruesome witch hunts of 16th and 17th century Europe and exacting some hard-earned vengeance on behalf of all of those who suffered persecution at the hands of religious zealots during that turbulent period in history.