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One of the most infamous and notorious names in metal, CRADLE OF FILTH continue to shock, excite, disgust and inspire in equal measures. On November 1st 2010 (Europe) and 9th (North America), the latest chapter of the band’s dark history is to be released through Peaceville Records on the band’s own AbraCadaver imprint and via Nuclear Blast USA for the North American ... Read more in Amazon's Cradle Of Filth Store

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  • Audio CD (July 3, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Spitfire
  • ASIN: B00005IAG9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365,592 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Sin Deep My Wicked Angel
2. All Hope In Eclipse
3. Born In A Burial Gown
4. Summer Dying Fast
5. No Time To Cry
6. The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh
7. Suicide And Other Comforts
8. Dinner At Deviant's Palace
9. The Black Goddess Rises II
10. Scorched Earth Erotica

Customer Reviews

This, though not Cradle of Filth's best, is a great album.
Mental Concept
Each song is very well done, especially the remakes of summer dying fast,the principle of evil made flesh and black goddess.
Darth Metal
Cradle of Filth are one of the best bands in the metal scene today.

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John on July 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
No matter what type of record cradle of filth trys to do wether it be live,greatest hits,ep,lp they are always trying to make it the best they can. This is truly shown in the ep "Bitter Suites to Succubi" This album includes two new insturment, A cover song of sisters of mercy's "no time to cry" four brand new songs and amd three old cradle of filth songs re-recorded. I mean, why would I want to shell out 15 dollars for four songs and a remix? Cradle of filth always makes your purchase worth while. Now to change the subject a bit. I notice people saying in reviews of numerous cof products and also people I personally know. About how they used to enjoy cradle of filth but now a days don't enjoy it as much because they have found more trule BM. This has never happened to be because I really don't see cof as black metal, they have elements to them that are bm but are not true black metal. So enjoy there music for what it is. Now onto my thoughts of the tracks.
Sin deep my wicked angel -4.5/5 One of my all time favorite cof insturmentals.
All hope in eclipse - 4/5 A very good full length opener the guitar work is done well
Born in a burial gown - 4.5/5 A single and a good choice at that Martin has some good keyboard work here.
Summer dying fast - 5/5 An old song re-done from TPOEMF album very good.
No time to cry - 5/5 Sisters of mercy Cover, they did quite well with it I was impressed.
The principle of evil made flesh - 5/5 the re-done version, from the same album as the title of this song.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I think this cd, Bitter Suites To Succubi is probably their best release yet. Maybe that is because this is the only lineup that's stayed in place from the previous album. But now that Robin's gone, they lose another member. Where's the group loyalty? Anyhow, everything here is awesome. The cover is a striking return to form, lyrics top-notch, great Dani Filth vocals beautifully complemented by the lovely Sarah Jezebel Deva, fantastic guitar. Best songs: All Hope In Eclipse, Born In A Burial Gown, Summer Dying Fast, No Time To Cry, The Principle of Evil Made Flesh, Suicide and Other Comforts, Black Goddess Rises II- so that's most of the tracks on the cd minus the two instrumentals. If you thought Cradle of Filth were dead, think again. You're mental if you miss the power of this. Sell-outs their not- jealousy from smaller, lesser bands is the word. Totally original and very creative. Remakes are pretty different from the originals so they're not really the same songs.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mysanthropyk_overlord on September 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Black metal isn't my favorite subgenre of metal, but there's something about Cradle of Filth that keeps my interest. Maybe it's their flawless musical integration, or maybe it's Dani Filth's disturbingly poetic lyrics. But they kick bum, no matter how "commercialized" they've made the genre. Bitter Suites to Succubi does seem a little rushed, and has a good deal of sound contradiction in it, but overall, it's one of my more favored COF albums. "Black Goddess Rises II" is probably my favorite song, and the instrumental "Sin Deep My Wicked Angel" (I love using that phrase) is good as are most COF instrumental segues. "Suicide and Other Comforts" is one of the better songs as well. Basically, there aren't any really bad songs, but instead of taking all the negative criticism as definitive, I'd listen to some samples or maybe go to one of those music stores that lets you sample the CD before you buy it, and then make your final decision. That's what you should be doing anyway. But if you're truly a Filth fan, you will probably find it at least somewhat appealing to your darkside.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Hamlow HALL OF FAME on October 23, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Thematically, Cradle Of Filth seem to be going deeper and deeper into the lower depths. After the terrestrial vampires on their first couple of albums, they descended to Midian, and judging by the cover of their latest, they are going even deeper towards Satan's domain, if they haven't already.
Bitter Suites' opening instrumental, "Sin Deep My Wicked Angel" shows that COF hasn't lost their touch on haunting, operatic instrumentals.
The first vocal song, "All Hope Lost In Eclipse" not only has a catchy chorus, "All heil, all heil..." but with the heavy strings, is close to becoming something from Twilight Ophera.
Their cover of "No Time To Cry" is by far the closest to their being, and I hesitate to say these blasphemous words, radio friendly song. I wonder if I'll be in the innermost circle of Hell instead of Judas Iscariot for printing that into immortality. It's the best track here though, with the female vocals in the staccato chorus a nice touch.
Bitter Suites is also an opportunity for updating older tracks and rendering them to their current state of ferocity. "The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh", "Black Goddess", and "Summer Dying Fast" are from COF's debut on Cacophonous Records, titled the same as the former song. I must say this version of "Principle" is eons better than the original version.
"Suicide And Other Comforts" explores the forced loss of one's pagan goddess, the destruction of idols with the coming of monotheism, and compares that loss to that of a loved one. In the end, the protagonist slits his wrists to be united with his beloved goddess.
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