Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Related Tags

Cradle of Filth is an band, formed in Suffolk, United Kingdom in 1991. The band consists of Dani Filth (vocals), Marek "Ashok" Šmerda (guitar), Rich Shaw (guitar), Martin "Marthus" Škaroupka (drums) and Lindsay Schoolcraft (vocals, keyboards).

In 1994, Cradle of Filth was signed to Cacophonous Records, on which they released their first album "The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh". Cacophonous also pressed the "Vempire or Dark Faerytales in Phallustein" EP in 1996. After this… read more

Top Tracks

Top Albums

Similar Artists

Shoutbox

Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • Avatar for think-
    the best black metal band of all time
  • Avatar for MONGOL9999999
    The Principle of Evil Made Flesh is Symphonic/Melodic Black Metal, Total Fucking Darkness is Symphonic Black/Death Metal, VEmpire is Symphonic black metal and Dusk and Her Embrace is symphonic black metal but too mellow imo, after this album is "extreme gothic metal" and before all of these they were a death metal band. Cradle were seen as a BM band in 1994, they said that themselves and so did Mirai from Sigh and Moonblood who liked the band a lot at the time, Dani was calling his music BM as late as 2003 and no-one thought that then.
  • Avatar for InSearchOfTruth
    they were so ahead of their time... it took me some time to appreciate this metal beauty.
  • Avatar for Profoundemonium
    They were viewed as a black metal band around the time of Principle. The dissociation from that term came later. http://i.imgur.com/WA5RpqF.jpg
  • Avatar for MosherSam13
    Cool story bro
  • Avatar for eyeoflord
    @BurgerQuuen - actually they never played black metal
  • Avatar for eyeoflord
    poser shit band
  • Avatar for sadbaphomet
    great band
  • Avatar for Purple_0m
    Cruelty and Midian are fucking good, creative records. Willing to stake my kvltist reputation on that.
  • Avatar for kenikki
    I thought they were awesome when I was 16. Started listening to them again 12 years later, and I still think they're great.

API Calls