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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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This is a good album and it includes the excellent cover of the classic goth rock band THE SISTERS OF MERCY. The music is symphonic black metal. Read morePublished 13 months ago by CRAZOTOLOGY
If you are having a bad day and want to clear your mind with good, metal music then this is the album for you.Published on May 22, 2014 by Zena
Bittersuites to Succubi is arguably the best example of Cradle of Filth. While I have many of their albums this one has a special place in my heart. Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by Bound
By the time Bitter Suites to Succubi rolled around Cradle of Filth had found their niche. The rawer sound of the earlier albums had been replaced with crystalline production. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Take No Prisoners
this is once of the cradle of filth EP, but the song duration almost 1 hours. there are several song can i recommend - no time to cry, Born in a Burial Gown, All Hope in Eclipse in... Read morePublished on June 9, 2008 by lion
Cradle's third EP is comprised of 2 short instrumentals, 1 cover, 3 updated versions of tracks from their first album and 4 original tracks. Read morePublished on February 2, 2006 by Sean Zimmerman
This LP from Cradle looks like the real change in the band to an exotic and clear Gothic Metal.Published on January 28, 2006 by Jose Miguel Bernal Arencibia
This is a mindblowing masterpiece by Cradle. Not necessarily an ep, just an interem release. Not a grand concept album, but one with an undercurrent theme that bleeds dangerously... Read morePublished on October 1, 2005 by Omega