CRADLE OF FILTH | Release Stunning New Video For ‘How Many Tears to Nurture a Rose?’

    Cradle Of Filth are proud to release an extraordinary new video, accompanying their magnificently mournful track ‘How Many Tears To Nurture A Rose?‘. The video premiered last night as part of Cradle Of Filth‘s Infernal Vernal Equinox Deadstream, and now fans all across the globe can also bask in it’s sublime black magick.

    Directed by Vicente Cordero, the stunning video winds a haunting tale – sinister, alluring and deadly. But he that dares not grasp the thorn, should never crave the rose…

    Infamous front-man Dani Filth stated: This is yet another great video by director Vicente Cordero, encapsulating the occult essence of the song’s lyricism with great sweeping colourful strokes of total batshit-craziness. 
    It really makes for frightening, yet strangely compelling viewing!”

    The gates of hell opened once again in 2021, revealing Cradle Of Filth‘s 13th manifesto Existence Is FutilePieced together in isolation at Grindstone Studios in Suffolk with studio guru Scott Atkins, the record is a pitch-black, perverse and at times absurdly brutal masterpiece, based around the concept of existentialism.

    Diehard fans were thrilled to learn that horror icon Doug ‘Pinhead’ Bradley made a welcome return, lending his dulcet tones to the band’s most politically astute song to date, the epic ‘Suffer Our Dominion‘ as well as the album bonus track ‘Sisters Of The Mist‘, which is the conclusion to the ‘Her Ghost In The Fog‘ trilogy, started over 20 years ago on the infamous and classic Midian.

    Cradle Of Filth have a heavy touring year ahead including a run with legend Glenn Danzig across the US and a slew of summer festival dates.

    Currently confirmed 2022 tour dates

    2022 – USA Tour Dates
    05 May 2022 – USA, Grand Sierra Theatre, Reno, NV*
    07 May 2022 – Canada, Toyota Arena, Ontario*
    08 May 2022 – USA, Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, AZ*
    10 May 2022 – USA, Mission Ballroom, Denver, CO
    11 May 2022 – USA, Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO
    13 May 2022 – USA, The Rave, Milwaukee, WI*
    14 May 2022 – USA, Icon Music Center, Cincinnati, OH*
    15 May 2022 – USA, The Eastern, Atlanta, GA*
    18 May 2022 – USA, 713 Music Hall, Houston, TX*
    19 May 2022 – USA, Walter Creek Amp., Austin, TX*
    21 May 2022 – USA, Diamond Ballroom, Oklahoma City, OK
    22 May 2022 – USA, Sunshine Studio, Colorado Spring, CO
    *with Danzig
    Summer Festival Dates
    15 Jul 2022 – Release Athens Festival, Kallithea, Greece
    16 Jul 2022 – Metal Paradise Fest 2022 Fuengirola, Spain
    29 Jul 2022 – Dominion Festival, Durham, United Kingdom
    03 Aug 2022 – Rockstadt Extreme Fest, Braşov, Romania
    11 Aug 2022 – Brutal Assault, Jaroměř, Czech Republic
    12 Aug 2022 – Metal on the Hill, Graz, Austria
    23 Sep 2022 – Mexico Metal Fest VI, Monterrey, Mexico

    CRADLE OF FILTH in 2021 A.D.
    Dani Filth | Vocals
    Richard Shaw | Guitar
    Ashok | Guitar
    Daniel Firth | Bass
    Martin ‘Marthus’ Skaroupka | Drums
    Anabelle | Keyboards & Backing Vocals



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