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New Cradle of Filth Album, Song

Posted June 24, 2015, 4:16 p.m. in Videos by Andy

Leave it to legendary British metal group Cradle of Filth to descend upon "Witch Country" in Suffolk, England in order to record their upcoming Hammer of the Witches, out July 10 on Nuclear Blast.

New song "Deflowering the Maidenhead, Displeasuring the Goddess" from the album is now streaming at Revolver, and the official video for first single "Right Wing of the Garden Triptych" is available in either censored or uncensored versions.  Gulp!

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