CRADLE OF FILTH's Paul Allender Talks Talks Art, Manticore, Upcoming Tour And Guitar Lessons; Audio Interview Streaming

January 22, 2013, 4 years ago

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Paul Allender is not only known worldwide as the main songwriter and guitarist of CRADLE OF FILTH, but also as a very talented artist with his Vomitorium Art.

Over the last few years, Metal Shock Finland‘s Tarja Virmakari has interviewed Paul a couple of times and just four days ago she had the pleasure to welcome him back to talk about his latest news. The three main topics that were talked about were Paul’s online guitar lessons, Vomitorium Art and of course Cradle Of Filth and their latest album, The Manticore And Other Horrors. Paul also talks about his other ongoing projects, about his favourite dishes and reveals that today he’s a happy man.

Listen to the audio interview at this location.

Drum-cam footage of Cradle Of Filth's Martin 'Marthus' Skaroupka, performing the song 'Cthulhu Dawn' on December 14th at Theater Fabrik in Munich can be viewed below:

The band recently checked in with the following update: " launches the Music You Wanted But Didn't Get This Holiday event! Cradle Of Filth's deluxe digipak version of The Manticore And Other Horrors is on special now."

Use the widget at the bottom of the page to purchase your copy. Note that this is a limited time offer.

The tracklist is as follows:

'The Unveiling Of O'

'The Abhorrent'

'For Your Vulgar Delectation'



'Frost On Her Pillow'

'Huge Onyx Wings Behind Despair'

'Pallid Reflection'

'Siding With The Titans'

'Succumb To This'

'Nightmares Of An Ether Drinker'

'Death, The Great Adventure' (Deluxe Edition Digipak)

'Sinfonia' (Deluxe Edition Digipak)

Cradle Of Filth recently released a video for the track 'Frost On Her Pillow', featured on their new album, The Manticore And Other Horrors. Watch the clip below.

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