CRADLE OF FILTH: 'Nymphetamine' Release Date Set
Roadrunner Records has set a September 13 release date for the new CRADLE OF FILTH album, "Nymphetamine".
The follow-up to last year's "Damnation and a Day", "Nymphetamine" (roughly translated as the druggish beast-like addiction to beautiful, classical women) was produced by ANTHRAX guitarist Rob Caggiano, who has previously worked with the group during the mixing stage for "Damnation…". Mixing duties were handled by Colin Richardson (FEAR FACTORY, MACHINE HEAD, NAPALM DEATH).
CRADLE OF FILTH singer Dani Filth (a.k.a. Dani Davey) had previously stated the following about the upcoming CD: "We weren't under any pressure to make this record and that's been the catalyst for us to create something really incredible. The only way to top the last album was to go a completely different way, so it's a real mixture of styles this time. We haven't anchored ourselves to a concept. It was a real pleasure to write on a variety of different themes and the music is really diverse and sonically precise. The whole thing sounds perfect and very fucking heavy."
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