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1996 album by Britain's premier black metal act. A fullcolor picture CD, it contains explicit pornographic/horrific cover art & photos inside the booklet. 40 minuteslong, the album is intended as a ritual comprised of sixparts (tracks to us humans), including 'Ebony Dressed ForSunset', 'The Forest Whispers My Name' and 'Queen Of Winter,Throned'. The full title is 'Vempire Or Dark Fairytales InPhallustein'. A Cacophonous Records release.
Midian was the album that introducted me to Cradle, however Vempire is their best work. Simply because every single track are standouts. Considering this was an E.P. Read morePublished on June 23 2004 by Seth Nelson
This is IMO Cradles Masterpiece!!
On the cd case it says a ritual in 6 parts and i quite agree it is like that. This album has my 2 fav cradle songs on it. Read more
Although the phrase "they are nothing if not consistent" is used widely for any band who have released great album upon great album, I wouldn't use it here. Why? Read morePublished on March 28 2002 by Austin
This is sometimes a "hard-to-find mini-album/EP" that definitely is worth buying. With the tracks like "The Forest Whispers My Name" and most especially,... Read morePublished on Jan. 25 2002 by Raymond
Although the phrase "they are nothing if not consistent" is used widely for any band who have released great album upon great album, I wouldn't use it here. Why? Read morePublished on Sept. 3 2001 by Chris 'raging bill' Burton
This Album has it all: Killer music, killer singing, killer lyrics, and killer songs. So what the [...] are you waiting for? buy this cd. Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2001
I have been disappointed with the recent Cradle output as they are seeming to break free of their black metal roots and enter the gothic realm. Read morePublished on July 22 2001
I CAN'T understand why black metal "purists" love to fire Dani and CoF. I REALLY can't. The band takes its work very seriously, and deliver it tremendously well. Read morePublished on May 23 2001 by Renato Passos