08:11 - Mr. Strawberry Good ! Enuff z'nuff is releasing a new album in Dec. I'm expecting something which is unexpected. Chip is the only old member left, "Strength" is still one of my best album in 90's as Donnie's vocals are damn good.
06:18 - Fearmeister Its very different. They moved away from the black metal sound and embraced a synth heavy occult metal style. Im really digging it
06:10 - Verdun_sc Zemial guy and the main guy are brothers, in fact! I hope that Agatus is as good as the first two from Agatus.
06:01 - Fearmeister Its actually an old band that just put something out in 14 years. Zemial guy is one of the two members and you can see the influence
04:46 - Apothecary Is that Agatus a new band involving the Zemial guy or something?
British extreme metallers Cradle Of Filth have premiered a new short film to promote their upcoming foray into graphic novels, The Curse of Venus Aversa, previously unveiled. Produced by Greylight Studios, the movie purports to show a secret ceremony in New Orleans recorded on a hidden camera. The graphic novel itself is co-written by vocalist Dani Filth and New Orleans comic book author Kurt Amacker, and takes place in a Victorian world populated by images, themes, and horrors drawn from the Filth's back catalog. The entire 76-page graphic novel is rendered in black and white art by illustrator Montgomery Borror.
The initial Kickstarter campaign to support the project smashed through its goal in only four days, but continues through November 9th.
Filth spoke on the movie: "I understood that the doll blessing ceremony took place, but things may not have gone as planned. Kurt sent me the video the other day. You'll have to watch to see what happened. Strange things seem to occur in that city."
Dani Filth continues: "This 'adult graphic novel' represents a new step for the band, because the reader doesn't see us running around as superheroes or anything. This is about the larger forces in the universe that may have given birth to Cradle Of Filth — or others like us, in centuries past."