Cradle Of Filth

Well Folks, Here we go again. Over the Mountains and through the Woods to THE ORANGE PEEL'S house we went...to cover CRADLE OF FILTH on our 4th such coverage.

This band is at the very TOP of a genre known as BLACK METAL (at least we feel they perfected it). It has always been a pleasure to cover Dani and the boys (and quite a girl too), so it is ever the treat when they slide into our midst in the Mountains.

The band just keeps getting better all the time and they have NEVER lost their zest for the game nor the FANS. Cradle put on one heck of a HEAVY SHOW and the crowd was tuned right in on the whole thing. We really like shooting at THE ORANGE PEEL, (in Asheville, N.C.), because the stage has a crescent front, which allows for some really good angles that one cannot achieve when shooting a flat fronted proscenium stage.

Not to mention that they have well organized and "savy" crew that allows for a better experience. I can sit here and type a description of what all was going on in the venue and what songs were played, but we'd rather not bore you with statistics and feel it better to just let ya look and listen instead.

The show was F#%KING AWESOME, The Venue was terrific, as usual, and we had nothing less than a FULL TWISTED HILLBILLY EXPERIENCE on our trip. Y'all be sure to keep track of all of CRADLE'S movements and news and GITCHOSELF over to THE ORANGE PEEL as soon as Ya can :o)


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