Damnation & a Day Import
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"Damnation And A Day" is the ninth installment to the Cradle Of Filth canon and the first for Sony Music. The record lives up to the band's reputation: 17 studio recordings of furious black metal.
Damnation and a Day is the first album from Cradle of Filth that matches the group's monolithic musical ambitions. And it's no disappointment as they use their new-found major label muscle to excessive effect. Accompanied by a 40-piece orchestra and 32-voice choir from Budapest, they've raised their game, coming on like Venom as produced by Danny Elfman. Over 77 thrill-packed minutes in length, Damnation & A Day combines Cradle of Filth's trademark pulverizing riffs, shrieking raps, and monstrous chants with grandiose harmony vocals and portentous voiceovers. Like Black Sabbath, they regularly break their fierce assault with short instrumental interludes ("The Mordant Liquor of Tears"), then rev up again with ever more manic intensity. It seems their intention is to deliver a black-metal alternative to Carmina Burana, and it's to their credit that they come close, producing a series of scorching epics that would fit perfectly as the soundtrack to the extraordinary battle sequences in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy. --Dominic Wills
Top Customer Reviews
The songs musically are done with a 40 piece orchestra and a 32 piece choir and band... with Sarah of course ;o)
The music isn t fantastic when it comes to guitars and stuff, but there are some good use of guitar on here, and good use of keyboard too. If the band had more control of this SONY record, it probably would have sounded better. There are some definete highlights on here, and some that are just good to listen too.
The choir could have been used more,
as well as the orchestra, but I'm not complainin' .
The lyrics, one can argue, but I feel they're in good form.
The voice is good, but has been proven better. You cannot go wrong buying this album, try it, you may like it.
If you take this into consideration that is...
its not full of mindblowing awesome guitar, and to understand the "Satan kicked out of Heaven" story you have to read along with the lyrics that are in front of some nice pictures through out the booklet.
I give this album a personal Four and half, out of Five.
I tried it, and still like it.
Good Job, Cradle!
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