Album Review: Cradle of Filth – Cruelty and the Beast – Re-Mistressed (Music For Nations)

Originally released in May 1998, Cradle of Filth’s heavy metal classic, ‘Cruelty and the Beast’ is regarded as one of the milestones in the Gothic Black Metal genre. Now 21 years later this lustfully dark masterpiece has been wickedly remixed and remastered and will be reissued on 1st November 2019 through legendary UK label Music For Nations.

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Music News: Cradle of Filth Share Lyric Video for Remixed & Remastered Version of Lustmord And Wargasm (The Lick Of Carnivorous Winds)

Ahead of the reissue of Cradle of Filth’s heavy metal classic, ‘Cruelty and the Beast’ on 1st November through Music For Nations, the band have shared a lyric video for the re-mistressed version of ‘Lustmord And Wargasm (The Lick Of Carnivorous Winds)’.

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Music News: Cradle of Filth to Reissue ‘Cruelty and the Beast Via Music For Nations

Originally released in May 1998, Cradle of Filth’s heavy metal classic, ‘Cruelty and the Beast’ is regarded as one of the milestones in the Gothic Black Metal genre. Now 21 years later this lustfully dark masterpiece has been wickedly remixed and remastered by Grindstone Studio’s Scott Atkins and will be reissued on 1st November 2019 through legendary UK label Music For Nations.

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Bloodstock 2019 Review

Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life bring you a rundown as well as reviews of the bands we saw at Bloodstock Open Air 2019!

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Ten Bands You Should Be Checking Out At Bloodstock 2019

Bloodstock Open Air 2019 is almost upon us and as is the norm we here at Games, Brrraaains & Head-Banging Life have had a good old think and come up with 10 bands we’re most excited to see.

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Bloodstock 2019 – Band Feature/Interview: Lock Horns

Bloodstock Open Air 2019 is nearly upon us and to say we’re excited is an understatement. We adore the festival

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Music News – Scardust Release New Video and UK Dates

In advance of their upcoming live appearances in the UK, Israeli Symphonic/Progressive Metal band, Scardust, debut their live video for the song, Dials.

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