A grand soundtrack to a grim tale.
A breath of fresh air in an otherwise stagnant musical scene.
Brutal, unrelenting, dark, hateful, full of scum and vitriol, crusty and exacting.
A relentless and pummelling slice of tech death that will leave you wanting more.
If this doesn’t get your head banging, nothing will.
Exactly the album that Cradle Of Filth needed to release in 2017.
This EP just isn’t particularly a good representation of the band at their strongest.
A solid album that could have been so much more.
There’s nothing remotely incompetent or lacking about this album.