Cradle of Filth - Dusk and Her Embrace
1.Humana Inspired to Nightmare
2.Heaven Torn Asunder
3.Funeral in Carpathia
4.A Gothic Romance (Red Roses for the Devil's Whore)
5.Malice Through the Looking Glass
6.Dusk and Her Embrace
7.The Graveyard by Moonlight
8.Beauty Slept in Sodom
9.Haunted Shores
Length: 53:12
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Dusk and Her Embrace

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Tracklist
Length: 53:12

  1. Humana Inspired to Nightmare
  2. Heaven Torn Asunder
  3. Funeral in Carpathia
  4. A Gothic Romance (Red Roses for the Devil's Whore)
  5. Malice Through the Looking Glass
  6. Dusk and Her Embrace
  7. The Graveyard by Moonlight
  8. Beauty Slept in Sodom
  9. Haunted Shores

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Review for 'Cradle of Filth - Dusk and Her Embrace' by Imperator
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they actually knew what they were doing in these days.... how the mighty have fallen

Their finest hour.

#3 By Xavier Leviathan (Archived) on
1st Nov, 2013 @ 13:20 UTC
01-11-2013

Not as great as Cruelty and the Beast, in my opinion, but still a beautiful piece of Black Metal for the 90's! They strove for originality in those times and have created a sound completely their own. Long live Cradle of Filth!

This is one of my favourite albums of all time, no question about that, but I just don't see it as black metal. It's a gothic metal album with a bit of speed here and there. It doesn't have any of the black metal atmosphere or philosophy, but it has a perfect atmosphere that is all its own: a historic and romantic masterpiece.

I listened to the album. Good work.

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