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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 (November 9, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B0042RSMCK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,603 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. The Cult Of Venus Aversa
2. One Foul Step from the Abyss
3. The Nun with the Astral Habit
4. Retreat of the Sacred Heart
5. The Persecution Song
6. Deceiving Eyes
7. Lilith Immaculate
8. The Spawn Of Love and War
9. Harlot on a Pedestal
10. Forgive Me Father (I Have Sinned)
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Disc: 2
1. Beast of Extermination
2. Truth & Agony
3. Mistress from the Sucking Pit
4. Behind the Jagged Mountain

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Limited two CD edition includes a bonus four track CD. 2010 release from the Grammy-nominated British Extreme Metal outfit. Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa is their ninth studio album and one of their fastest and most brutal yet. Cradle Of Filth have been pioneers of extreme music since their debut in 1994. Never shy to embrace the epic, they have constantly sought to push the boundaries of their art. Unafraid of ruffling a few feathers, the band have continually refused to bow to convention or to conform to prevalent trends and fads. Yet despite this uncompromising stance, the band are still the most successful British Heavy Metal band since Iron Maiden, with legions of fans around the globe. Cradle of Filth continue to shock, excite, disgust and inspire in equal measures.

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I really cant stand it.
metrulz1987
And the tune's only melody comes from the sporadic use of female backing vocals, which are tucked into the mix only for good measure.
A. Stutheit
I liked it but I don't think it was good as the other albums I mentioned.
Mitchell

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Hudson on November 9, 2010
Format: Audio CD
"Darkly Darkly Venus Aversa" is awesome in so many ways! I've been a Cradle fan for a long time now, and I would say that "Venus Aversa" is one of their best albums since "Midian". Forget the albums "Nymphetamine" and "Thornography" if you didn't like them, (like many reviews that I've read have stated), because this album continues in the same awesome vein as "Godspeed On the Devil's Thunder", only it's even better. What stood out the most to me on this album is that it is Cradle's heaviest and fastest effort in a long time. The band has always been heavy and fast, but this album is completely blistering from beginning to end, with an unbelievable assault of percussion from Martin Škaroupka, extremely punishing and versatile vocals from Dani Filth, and plenty of heavy riffing and solos from Paul Allender and James McIlroy on guitars. That's not to say that there is no melody whatsoever on this record, because there are some very creepy and melodic moments (such as "The Persecution Song", "Lilith Immaculate" and "Forgive Me Father {I Have Sinned}" ), but "Venus Aversa" is predominantly a brutal black metal record. Of course there are some of Cradle's traditional and haunting female vocals, performed by Lucy Atkins this go-round, with Ashley Ellyllon on backing vocals. Ellyllon also plays the chilling keyboards on the album. Notably, this album is the first Cradle album that doesn't have any instrumentals. Many of the songs are 6-7 minutes long. Every song is a relentless metal epic (with perhaps the exception of "Forgive Me Father {I Have Sinned}", which is different from the rest of the album; the track is a bit lighter musically, sounding like something that you might have heard on "Damnation and a Day", sort of like the song "Mannequin".Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D. Fitzsimons on February 24, 2011
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I'm not a huge fan of this "genre" I guess you would say.But I have noticed one thing about the fans of this band.Most give bad reviews because of how much they liked their early work.So they rate the newer stuff terribly.Opinion are opinons I guess.So here's mine.I like the whole vibe of this album.I like the sound,the artwork,everything.If you listen to the samples and you like it a little...You wont be disappointed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By cody on July 1, 2011
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ok before i talk about the album i need to get this out of the way

getting tired of all the ex cradle fans bashing every cradle album cause
it doesnt sound like midian,cruelty,or vempire news flash idiots its not
supposed to if dani or paul wanted to make the same album over and over
again they would i luv midian myself i luv all of there old albums as
well but why wait for a new album if you just want the next one to
sound like the recent one cradle is obviosly trying there best to make
an album just the oppisite cause then you all would complain it sounded
to much like midian soo get over it if u dont like the album dont waste
your time crying about it on amazon if you wanna listen to midian go listen
to it

ok and my oppinion of this album is clear i bought the $99 fans edition of this album
this concept album gave me goose bumps certain vocal lines and solos yes this album is
much different from godspeed and all others but thats what i luved about it this a
very heavy cradle album plus the bonus tracks are amazingly beautiful brutal as hell
if you are not a big cradle fan dont buy this if your a stuck up cradle fan dont buy this
if you are a true cradle fan and dont have a twigg lodged up your ass its a must buy iv listened
to this album over and over then saw the band live in chicago this is my favorite new release
lyrics are spectacular its heavy and a great album to listen to all the way through my favorite
tracks on this album are the cult of venus aversa,one foul step from the abyss,the pesicution song
decieving eyes, lilith immaculate, harlot on a pedistal,behond the eleventh hour mainly i just realized i listed practicly the whole album lol well there ya go if you like cradle and are not a hater check this out and spread the filth
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Weir on December 30, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Every two years or so a new Cradle album comes out, and every two years or so since Midian, I ask myself "is this the album that's gonna bring me back?" Nope.

Some other reviewer called Cradle of Filth the Lady GaGa of black metal, which is amusing and somewhat true. Like their last few releases, this effort is quite boring. Their music is beyond formulaic and derivative at this point. There's no denying that the musicians are competent, but I feel like creativity is lacking severely. With the exception of a couple catchy melodies here and there, nothing about this album excited me. Dani's signature high pitched voice has ruined his vocal chords beyond repair, so when he tries to do it now it sounds silly, awkwardly forced and more like a stepped-on puppy. If you want to hear what Dani USED to sound like, go listen to Dusk and Her Embrace - what spews from his mouth does not sound remotely human.

While I'm on the subject of their older material, go back and listen to their first five albums (Principle of Evil made flesh, vempire, dusk and her embrace, cruelty and the beast, and midian if you want Cradle of Filth at their best. After that each album gets progressively worse, and they seemingly just go down the "cradle of filth checklist", which is almost a parody of itself at this point.

To its credit, Darkly Darkly Venus Aversa has a few interesting moments but those moments can't carry the rest of this very mediocre album. Fans of Cradle of Filth's last couple albums will likely enjoy this album. I guess I just like their older stuff too much to appreciate the direction they've taken in the last 10 years.

Much better albums have come out this year. Keep of Kelessin's 'Reptilian' for example.
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Best Cradle album in a long time, even though I like all of them. You can tell they put a lot of time and effort into "Venus Aversa". And it's really heavy! Can't wait to see them on tour!
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