Midnight In The Labyrinth

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Midnight In The Labyrinth

Post  The Abhorrent on Fri Apr 20, 2012 3:05 am


Released: April 2012
Labels: Peaceville & Nuclear Blast USA

Formarts: Limited Edition (Import)

CD1: Narrations
1. A Gothic Romance (Red Roses For The Devil's Whore)
2. The Forest Whispers My Name
3. The Twisted Nails Of Faith
4. The Rape And Ruin Of Angels (Hosannas In Extremis)
5. Funeral In Carpathia
6. Summer Dying Fast
7. Thirteen Autumns And A Widow
8. Dusk And Her Embrace
9. Cruelty Brought Thee Orchids
10. Goetia (Invoking The Unclean)

CD2: Instrumentals
1. The Rape And Ruin Of Angels (Hosannas In Extremis)
2. Dusk And Her Embrace
3. Summer Dying Fast
4. The Twisted Nails Of Faith
5. Funeral In Carpathia
6. The Forest Whispers My Name
7. Cruelty Brought Thee Orchids
8. A Gothic Romance (Red Roses For The Devil's Whore)
9. Thirteen Autumns And A Widow

‘Midnight in the Labyrinth’ is the latest inspired work from the UK’s most successful extreme act & sets out to explore a more cinematic side with a soundtrack of classical & symphonic material; a style the band has always woven seamlessly into their compositions throughout their career. The release contains 2 discs, with disc 1 featuring an accompanying narration courtesy of Dani Filth, plus additional vocals from Sarah Jezebel Deva, notable for her history of work with the band. Disc 2 contains purely orchestral & symphonic recordings.

Taking the most requested tracks from the first four official releases, Cradle of Filth have fulfilled audience desire by creating an album that is based on their most popular older
tracks, but one that is delivered orchestrally to create a rich, haunting sonic landscape in the vein of soundtrack composers such as Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman and Hans Zimmer.

Ten songs make up this 78 minute meisterwerk (including the addition of a thirteen minute aural séance that is totally unique to this release on CD1), indulging such COF classics as ‘Funeral In Carpathia’, ‘The Twisted Nails Of Faith’ and ‘Summer Dying Fast’, which has already been showcased on last year’s ‘Evermore Darkly’ EP to a more than rapturous audience response.

“To say that Cradle fans are looking forward to this April-scheduled offering is something of an understatement, but I feel this could reach out further beyond the Metal industry, as the album has a very strong cinematic and commercial appeal” DANI FILTH


avatar
The Abhorrent
Admin
Admin

Posts : 82
Join date : 2011-11-03
Age : 30
Location : Vampire Mountain

http://lovecraftblackhearts.forumotion.com

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum