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Cradle of Filth Sign to Nuclear Blast USA
Cradle of Filth are indeed the blackest of the black, and they're happily polluting the Nuclear Blast USA roster as its newest signing. The band, which can be credited with ushering in the genre of black metal that has become much more popular today, will release its Nuclear Blast debut on Nov.…
Top 10 Most Memorable Ozzfest Moments



The status of Ozzfest may be up in the air right now, but the formerly annual tour was a breeding ground and one-stop shop for the best, brightest and oftentimes most fleeting acts in metal. The fest's alumni list reads like a 'Who's Who' of hard rock, with everyone from Black Sabbath to Queens of t…
Ov Hell Bassist Working on Several Projects
King ov Hell -- one of the greatest black metal nom de plumes in the genre's sordid history -- is not only busy with Ov Hell, his project with Dimmu Borgir singer Shagrath, which just released 'Underworld Regime' via Prosthetic. King has his mitts in many pots and is staying musically…
Order of Apollyon, ‘Word,’ ‘Never’ — New Songs
Wearing shirts by Hellhammer and other essential extreme metal bands, and featuring deviant black metal producer BST on vocals (ex-Aborted, Aosoth) along with former members of Aborted (drummer Daniel Wilding), Cradle of Filth (guitarist James McIlroy) and Akercocke (bassist Peter Benjamin), the guy…
Order of Apollyon Look to be Spiritual and Hostile
U.K.-based, orthodox metallers the Order of Apollyon, featuring members of Cradle of Filth, Aosoth, Trigger the Bloodshed and Akercocke amongst the ranks, will be releasing their debut, 'The Flesh,' later this year. It's a blackened, underground supergroup of sorts, with each member h…
At the Gates Release Definitive DVD Set
Before the Haunted and Cradle of Filth reached their peaks, various members were a part of At the Gates, a Swedish death metal band that disbanded around 1995. Just last year, they reunited for a one-off tour that was well-received around the world...
HIM, Cradle of Filth Working on New Albums
Somewhere, Bam Margera is smiling.
Over the weekend, Paul Allender, guitarist for Bam's favorite band Cradle of Filth, revealed that the British extreme metallers were hard at work on new material. What's more, Bam's other favorite band, HIM, announced they'd have a new one in sto…
Noctis Imperium Get Nick Barker Behind the Kit
Usually it takes a band a while to get to the point where they can grab a metal legend to join them in the studio. But Venezuelan-grown Noctis Imperium -- that up until recently was a solo studio project of Aeneas Inferno -- got Nick Barker of Dimmu Borgir/Cradle of Filth fame behind the kit through…

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