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CD Reviews
Damnation and a Day
Review by Mike Korn
One thing's for certain - Cradle of Filth don't do anything half way. For their major label debut "Damnation and a Day", they have pulled out all the stops and unleashed an exhausting 76-minute opus featuring a 40 piece orchestra and 32 piece choir.
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Midian
Review by Mike Korn
Cradle of Filth are possibly the biggest thing happening in the metal underground right now. I know they sell ungodly (pun intended) amounts of merchandise and inspire tremendous fan devotion.

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DVD Reviews
Cradle of Filth - Heavy Left Handed and Candid (DVD)
Review by Gary Hill
While this DVD is not for everyone (witness the nudity, profanity and gore that pervades it), it is quite good. It should appeal to all fans of Cradle of Filth, but would make a good introduction to the band for the unitiated fans of Gothic death-metal.
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Interviews
Cradle of Filth
Interview by Bob Cooper
Interview with Paul of Cradle of Filth from 2003

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Various Artists - Live at Wacken 2012 DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

Whenever I see one of these sets – they have the Wacken Festival every year and always release it for video later – I am amazed at the range of sounds presented.


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Various Artists - The Strange Sound of Cthulhu: Music Inspired by the Writings of H.P. Lovecraft written by Gary Hill
Review by Lisa Palmeno
A bit of an editorial comment needs to be made here. Since the person you see as "ed." - that's "editor" not "Ed" - is the author of this book, this is a bit awkward in a way. I had considered not covering this book at MSJ, but that seems unfair as we do provide promotion in the form of reviews for other authors.
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Various Artists - Twisted Forever...A Tribute to Twisted Sister
Review by Mike Korn
Twisted Sister was one of my favorite "hair" bands from the 80's. Despite the fact that I loathed most of the glammy commercial metal at that time, there was something fun about these goofy looking New Yorkers that appealed to me.
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