Tag: Paul Allender

CRADLE OF FILTH Guitarist Launches Contest to Win PRS SE Paul Allender Signature Guitar

Paul Allender, lead guitarist for Cradle of Filth, has launched a contest through his Vomitorium Art Prints, offering fans the chance to win a PRS SE Paul Allender signature guitar and signature strings. All customers who purchase two Vomitorium Art Prints (https://www.facebook.com/vomitoriumltd/posts/433970770013832 ) before March 28, 2013 will be automatically placed into the draw. Each A3 …

CRADLE OF FILTH Guitarist Offering Skype Guitar Lessons

Cradle of Filth lead guitarist Paul Allender has announced via his Facebook page that he’ll be doing one-on-one online guitar lessons over Skype. Fans can write to Allender at:paul@winterlandstudios.com for further details. “After being a professional player for almost 20 years, I decided I wanted to start teaching guitar to fans who wanted to learn,” said Allender. …

CRADLE OF FILTH Releases Track-by-Track Analysis of ‘The Manticore and Other Horrors’

Cradle of Filth’s Paul Allender sat down to discuss the band’s latest album, The Manticore and Other Horrors.  Check out the first half of his track-by-track analysis below.   You can order The Manticore and Other Horrors  online at: http://bit.ly/cofnbusa and digitally through iTunes at: http://bit.ly/cofhoritun. Click here:http://bit.ly/cofspecials to find out where you can purchase The Manticore and Other Horrors at …

CRADLE OF FILTH: ‘The Manticore and Other Horrors’ REVIEW; Release Date October 30th 2012

This tenth Studio album is something to be admired, They have finally got back to their roots, Lots of melodic melodies with a hint of punk in the guitar, and have included female vocals again. The entire album was recorded in eight weeks at Grindstone and Springvale Studios, Suffolk, UK. Released by Nuclear Blast (US) …

CRADLE OF FILTH Takes Over Revolver Magazine’s Twitter Account Today

Cradle of Filth guitarist, Paul Allender, will take over Revolver Magazine’s Twitter account today at 4:00pm ET/1:00pm PT to chat with fans and answer questions. Tweet @revolvermag @OfficialCoF using #AskCoF to have your question answered. Cradle of Filth is gearing up for the release of its 10th album, The Manticore and Other Horrors, on October 30th …

CRADLE OF FILTH Updates Mini-Site w/Video Trailer

Cradle Of Filth has updated the recently unveiled Evermore Darkly… mini-site at: http://www.peaceville.com/cradleoffilth with a video trailer featuring footage from the forthcoming CD/DVD package. In addition to the new trailer, the mini-site also contains the video for “Lilith Immaculate,” album info, downloads and more. Evermore Darkly is due to hit stores in North America on …

Filth Big On Face Paint and Causing Furor

English metal band Cradle of Filth will headline at the Newport Music Hall tonight. “Mainstream” and “extreme” are two words that don’t frequently coexist in the music industry. Yet the publicist for metal band Cradle of Filth, which is playing at the Newport Music Hall tonight, made that claim. Cradle of Filth is “arguably the …

CRADLE OF FILTH: Live Webchat Taking Place on November 15

CRADLE OF FILTH have just released their new album, Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa and Paul Allender from the band will be available to discuss the album in a live web chat on Monday, November 15 at 8pm (UK time/Noon PST). The chat will stream on the Peaceville Records livestream channel (www.livestream.com/peaceville) and fans will be …

CRADLE OF FILTH: Nuclear Blast to Release New Album in North America

CRADLE OF FILTH has marked November 9, 2010 in North America as the date their new album will be released through Nuclear Blast USA. Frederick Jude, Managing Director of Peaceville Records, comments on this upcoming cooperative effort: “Football aside, we’re pleased to be teaming up with Nuclear Blast on this very important release. Given their resources, interest …

Cradle of Filth Cut Bloodstock Set Short Due to Crowd Abuse

CRADLE OF FILTH cut their set short at the recent Bloodstock Open Air 2009 appearance after guitarist Paul Allender was struck by an object while performing. It rubbed the band the wrong way apparently: “COF would just like to apologise to all COF fans at Bloodstock for not being able to perform the full length …

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