Cradle Of Filth's webmaster has checked in with the following update:
"Cradle Of Filth gobshite Dani Filth takes over Johnny Doom's evening session on Kerrang! Radio for a week beginning Monday, July 14th whilst said DJ is on holiday. Listen to his nightly buffoonery on DAB digital radio, Freeview, online at kerrangradio.co.uk
or through one of the free Kerrang! Music apps, all next week between 7 and 10pm. He will premiere an exclusive Devilment track taken from their debut album, Summer Arteries (which shall be aired once every show), out November this year.
Dani has also contributed vocals to the forthcoming Motionless In White album Reincarnate, to be released on September 15th, for the song 'Puppets lll'. Maria Brink and Tom Hane from In This Moment also guest on the release. MIW frontman Chris Motionless has said, 'it's very cool and we're really excited for people to hear it'.
In other news, Devilment will announce their first European tour as part of a exciting line-up, a week on Monday! Stay tuned, earthlings!"
Cradle Of Filth recently confirmed guitarist Paul Allender has left the band during an interview with the Bleedin' Loud podcast while discussing the making of the band's forthcoming album. He also comments on the chore of finding a replacement for Allender. Check it out below:
Bleedin' Loud Podcast #2 - June 2014 by Planet Loud Podcast on Mixcloud
Dani: "Paul Allender has left, which not everybody is aware of. We weren't planning on it, because it was the kind of thing that has been brewing for the last year or so. Not so much on a personal level, but [him] living in America and then him doing his side project (White Empress) and getting kind of lost in that."
Back in April, Dani revealed that the band had begun work on the follow-up to 2012’s The Manticore And Other Horrors:
"Fired up from the recent spate of shows in Europe with co-headliners Behemoth, the band has decided to forego the year away from writing, and leap back into the fray with vigour anew.
The crux of three songs has already been broached and I can say the material is comparable to that of Dusk, Cruelty and Midian, albeit with a fresher sound. I can't define it exactly as it incorporates a wide variety of styles and dark emotions as one would come to expect from a Cradle record. One thing is certain though, this next release is going to be pushing the boundaries of what the band can achieve, and with forthcoming live shows peppering the writing process, I know this album is going to be fuelled by 101% metal fury!"