CRADLE OF FILTH’s ‘From the Cradle to Enslave’ to be Re-Issued on Vinyl

Music For Nations have announced that British black-extreme metal band Cradle of Filth‘s eponymous 1999 EP From the Cradle to Enslave will be pressed on vinyl for the first time ever, set for release on the 28th October.

The re-release of the EP will feature new artwork and three original tracks as well as some new content. The original tracks will be the well-known “Of Dark Blood and Fucking”, “Funeral in Carpanthia” as well as the EP’s title track “From the Cradle to Enslave”.

Alongside these tracks come some covers too – Massacre‘s “Dawn of Eternity”, The Misfits‘ “Death Cines Ripping” and Anathema‘s “Sleepless” – the video of which can be found below:

Frontman and lyricist Dani Filth commented; “[This EP] was essentially a stop-gap release between two albums and a dramatic line-up change, hinged as it was around our first ever video, which in itself was a precursor to the horror movie Cradle of Fear.”

The EP is available for pre-order now on the links below:

Music for Nations Website
Music for Nations Facebook
Cradle of Filth Website
Cradle of Filth Facebook


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Dan (or Danuel as many know him) is the newest member of the editorial team of MetalRecusants, after being a contributing writer for a few years. He spends his days sending emails, editing, drinking coffee or listening to some form of Australian metal. He can usually be spotted wearing his Northlane windbreaker around the mean streets of Shoreditch. Find him on Twitter: @DanuelKC - he tweets about sports a lot.

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