The British metal band Cradle of Filth unveiled the new song "Enshrined In Crematoria" from the upcoming album "Hammer of the Witches". The record comes out on 10 July via Nuclear Blast.
"Lyrically the track 'Enshrined In Crematoria' is hilted in the legendary Ark Of The Tragedian, the poet's Holy Grail," — the vocalist Dani Filth says: "It is the author's inspiration personified as a tombed angel, much like that of Poe's pale obsession, and the magickal 'midnight' ritual wherein she is conjured forth as a reincarnation of his lost love, to provide forbidden artistic sustenance. It is imagination's utter peak and fuel for a literal literary madman. "Enshrined In Crematoria" is at essence the first of guitarist Richard Shaw's contributions to the new album, before the full band took it by the teeth and spat it into light."
"Hammer of the Witches" will be the first release for the band's new guitarists Marek 'Ashok' Šmerda and Richard Shaw.
- Walpurgis Eve
- Yours Immortally...
- Enshrined In Crematoria
- Deflowering The Maidenhead, Displeasuring The Goddess
- Blackest Magick In Practice
- The Monstrous Sabbat (Summoning The Coven)
- Hammer Of The Witches
- Right Wing Of The Garden Triptych
- The Vampyre At My Side
- Onward Christian Soldiers
- Blooding The Hounds Of Hell
- King Of The Woods
Earlier, Cradle of Filth has released the lyric video for the song "Deflowering The Maidenhead, Displeasuring The Goddess" and the video clip "Right Wing Of The Garden Triptych", features Kinbaku model Gestalta.