CRADLE OF FILTH: PAUL ALLENDER Custom Mix Of 'Under Huntress Moon' Available

January 25, 2008

CRADLE OF FILTH's forthcoming "Thornography - Harder Darker Faster" special-edition MVI (Music Video Interactive) comes as a high-quality DVD Audio with tons of extra tracks, videos, mobile content, MP3s and loads of interactive bonus content. It also features two tracks that come in U Myx format which allows you to remix the tracks. The group's guitarist, Paul Allender, has done a custom remix of the track "Under Huntress Moon" using this capability. Go to CRADLE OF FILTH's official web site (scroll down) and check it out.

The new CRADLE OF FILTH song "Devil To The Metal", taken from "Thornography - Harder Darker Faster" special-edition MVI (Music Video Interactive),is available for download at this location.

Due in the U.S. on February 5 (one day earlier internationally),the album comes as a high-quality DVD Audio with plenty of extra tracks, videos, mobile content, MP3s and plenty of interactive bonus content.

"Thornography - Harder Darker Faster" special-edition MVI track listing:

Album (DVD Audio):

01. Under Pregnant Skies She Comes Alive Like Miss Leviathan
02. Dirge Inferno
03. Tonight In Flames
04. Libertina Grimm
05. The Byronic Man
06. I Am The Thorn
07. Cemetery And Sundown
08. Lovesick For Mina
09. The Foetus Of A New Day Kicking
10. Rise Of The Pentagram
11. Under Huntress Moon
12. Temptation

"Harder, Darker, Faster...":

01. Murder In The Thirst
02. The Snake-Eyed and The Venomous
03. Halloween III - Season Of The Bitch (MISFITS cover) (remix)
04. Courting Baphomet
06. Devil To The Metal


01. Tonight In Flames
02. The Foetus Of A New Day Kicking
03. Temptation

Extra content includes:

* "The Making Of The Video" for "The Foetus Of A New Day Kicking"
* MP3s of entire album (same tracklisting as DVD audio)

The following tracks come in U Myx format which allows you to remix the tracks:

a) Dirge Inferno
b) The Foetus Of A New Day Kicking

* Mobile Content
* Wallpapers, photos and truetones

An e-card for "Thornography - Harder Darker Faster" special-edition MVI (Music Video Interactive) can be accessed at this location.

Most of the new songs featured on "Thornography Deluxe – Harder, Darker, Faster" were written during the "Thornography" sessions but were completed at a later date.

Dani Filth recently recorded vocals for the theme song to Dario Argento's latest horror/suspense opus "Mother of Tears: The Third Mother". The song, entitled "(She's) The Mother of Tears" was composed by Claudio Simonetti. Simonetti, a veritable legend among horror film scores, is also noted for penning music to such classics as "Dawn of the Dead", "Suspiria", "Phenomena" and several episodes of the popular series "Masters of Horror".

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