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2011 CD/DVD live release from the British Heavy Metal band. In the summer of 2011, Cradle Of Filth embarked on a rapid succession of tours, accompanied by two filmmakers. The resulting documentary, combined with performance and interview footage culminates in an hour-long film of the not so glamorous reality of life in a touring band. The documentary features copious footage of the band, both at work and enjoying some down time, as the band trawl their way through the Ukraine, Russia, Switzerland, Austria and Germany over the space of eight shows, with only a brief stop back on the shores of England. The format is a long interview with Dani, interspersed and peppered with live footage and all the shenanigans that occurred over the space of the 10 days along with behind the scenes at latest shot for the new video 'Lilith Immaculate' along with the promo clip.


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  3. Forgive Me Father (I Have Sinned) (Elder Version) 4:21$0.99  Buy MP3 
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  5. The Persecution Song (Elder Version) 5:43$0.99  Buy MP3 
  6. Forgive Me Father (I'm In A Trance) 6:27$0.99  Buy MP3 
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  8. Summer Dying Fast (Midnight In The Labyrinth) (Breadcrumb Trail) 5:22$0.99  Buy MP3 

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  • Audio CD (October 18, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B005L3HKTA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Hudson on October 19, 2011
Format: Audio CD
"Evermore Darkly" is a mini-album and DVD set from one of my favorite bands, Cradle Of Filth. Cradle often delivers releases like this one to compliment their most recent LP release; in this case, "Evermore Darkly" is the companion piece to "Darkly, Darkly Venus Aversa", an album that I really like. If you are into Cradle, and not just the old stuff, and especially if you are as big a fan of "Darkly, Darkly Venus Aversa" as I am, then "Evermore Darkly" needs to be in your collection.

The mini-album CD starts off with an incredibly heavy song (after the intro track) called "Thank Your Lucky Scars" which is worth the price of admission alone. The track sounds a lot like "Darkly..." and Cradle truly delivers on the opening track. Brutal to say the least. Other highlights include an extended-length version of "Lilith Immaculate" which consists of the original song which now has a 2 minute long orchestral breakdown in the middle of the song, which sounds similar to the type of breakdown you'd hear on "Cruelty and the Beast" or "Damnation and a Day". Another interesting track is the remix of "Forgive Me Father (I Have Sinned)" by Rob C. of Anthrax. The remix isn't quite what you'd expect from a guy from Anthrax. It's basically a techno kind of remix. It's interesting, but may not appeal to all Cradle fans. There are also 3 tracks on this mini-album that are basically just demos of songs from "Darkly..." but they are labeled as "Elder Version(s)" and they are probably the least interesting part of the mini-album. "Evermore Darkly" closes with an orchestral rendition of the classic Cradle song "Summer Dying Fast", which will be featured on the upcoming Cradle Of Filth orchestral compilation, "Midnight In the Labyrinth".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Donkey's Mouth on January 17, 2013
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People can say what they want about Cradle of Filth being the commercial side of "Black Metal" but the fact of the matter is that they have achieved commercial success the same way any great band do - by continually bringing excellent music out. Whether it's one of their concept albums, or just another release, Cradle excel time and time again. Evermore Darkly is an excellent example of aggressive, heavy material coupled with melody and thought. Excellent album.
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By Aaron Small on November 23, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Vokillist Dani Filth describes Evermore Darkly... as both "a total rip off" and "a treasure trove of wild and wicked wonders." Confused? Don't be as this is a dual CD/DVD package and his initial account applies to the CD, whereas his latter characterization suits the DVD perfectly. The eight-track CD begins with a largely insignificant `Transmission From Hell' narrated by Doug "Pinhead" Bradley. The "semi-developed" `Thank Your Lucky Stars' is undoubtedly a treat in all its "Damnation-era savagery." What follows is a series of tracks "culled from or inspired by the Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa sessions." Namely, two alternate takes on `Forgive Me Father' - the passable `elder version', and the painfully horrid, get your glow sticks and drop ecstasy `trance version' remixed by ANTHRAX guitarist Rob Caggiano - what the hell was he thinking? An extended demo of `Lilith Immaculate' as well as `elder versions' of `The Persecution Song' and `The Spawn Of Love And War' add to the mediocrity. Closing the CD is a preview of the forthcoming orchestral album, Midnight In The Labyrinth, with an instrumental, neo-classical version of `Summer Dying Fast' - the final track on COF's debut disc, The Principle Of Evil Made Flesh.

Onto the DVD, Venus Diversa, which is what makes Evermore Darkly... worth purchasing. It begins with the promo video for `Lilith Immaculate'. Up next is the You Can't Polish A Turd... But You Can Roll It In Glitter rockumentary. Filmed primarily in Russia, with a couple of quick stops in Europe, it completely demystifies the notion that touring is one big party; in fact it painstakingly portrays how brutal jet lag and sleep deprivation due to hectic travel schedules can really be.
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By Remy on November 18, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Transmission From Hell is an intro of sorts with Doug Bradley telling a story combined with "creepy" sound effects.

Thank Your Lucky Scars isn't a bad track, but it's not a "standout" either. It's worth having simply for completionist purposes and is probably the reason most people will pick this up.

The three "Elder" versions Of the Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa tracks are rather uninteresting. Nothing noticeably different between the demos to make them worth having/listening to. Hearing Dani whisper Caroline Campbell's lines in the Forgive Me Father demo was unexpected though, and made me laugh a bit on my first listen.

Extended version of Lilith Immaculate is good for a few listens, nothing too spectacular. Again, worth having for completionist purposes alone.

I really like the beat of Forgive Me Father (I'm In A Trance), but just doesn't work well with the song... seems like it would be tough to remix Cradle well in that style.

Summer Dying Fast ('Midnight In The Labyrinth' breadcrumb trail) is preview/teaser for Cradle of Filth's next release, an orchestral CD titled Midnight in the Labyrinth. If you're into orchestral stuff/movie scores then you'll enjoy this. It works really well as a closing track for the album.

The DVD documents the part of a tour in support of Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa. It kind of rushes along, but as Dani says while setting up the DVD they left out all of the boring stuff.

-Contains the video for Lilith Immaculate but not the video for Forgive Me Father (I Have Sinned), which is kind of disappointing.
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Difference between US version and the European Import?
Apparently not. There's just one edition (content-wise) according to MetalStorm.ee and Metal-Archives.com.

In Metal-Archives, if there's more than one edition of an album the details of different content are mainly, if not strictly, in the 'additional notes' section.
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