Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Cradle of Filth|
Bitter Suites to Succubi
Genres: Alternative Rock, World Music, Metal
An evil gothic classic originally released in 2001 from the world's biggest black metal band, features ten tracks plus 1 enhanced video track, 'Born In A Burial Gown', & a gallery of the grotesque! Repackaged in a digipak.... more »
An evil gothic classic originally released in 2001 from the world's biggest black metal band, features ten tracks plus 1 enhanced video track, 'Born In A Burial Gown', & a gallery of the grotesque! Repackaged in a digipak. Snapper. 2004.
The coming of extinction synched to whimpers of my name...
Omega | Kansas City, MO, USA | 10/01/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a mindblowing masterpiece by Cradle. Not necessarily an ep, just an interem release. Not a grand concept album, but one with an undercurrent theme that bleeds dangerously into my head whenever I listen to it. I think this album surpassed Midian in many ways, including the symphonics Martin Foul commanded here. This is Cradle at the top of their game, equally as good as Cruelty and Vempire, if not slightly better. A more updated Cradle, still blistering and heavy. Too bad Damnation was after this, they kinda went in a different direction. Best track on here, Suicide and other comforts. The most evolved COF song to date; an album they still have yet to top."
Jose Miguel Bernal Arencibia | Spain | 01/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This LP from Cradle looks like the real change in the band to an exotic and clear Gothic Metal."
It's an EP
lion | malaysia | 06/10/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"this is once of the cradle of filth EP, but the song duration almost 1 hours. there are several song can i recommend - no time to cry, Born in a Burial Gown, All Hope in Eclipse in this EP."