24/03/2011 Cold & Dark: Cradle of Filth Tour Blog Part 5


Cold & Dark: Cradle of Filth Tour Blog Part 5 with FEARnet: The latest installment from Dani Filth about the band's Creatures from the Black Abyss tour across the cold, wet American Midwest.


Greetings phantom travelers along the highway of life, long time no see!

I apologise for my lack of physical appearance over the last three weeks (especially to those who've met me!), but I've been having too busy and too good a time out here in the wild frontier to dedicate any decent length of time to writing. Sorry?!?


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Comment by christiaan haselton on February 4, 2012 at 0:43

through the wasteland of drooling soft heads, i march to the top of the forum to say ---------WORD.

Comment by Victoria Thorne on August 31, 2011 at 19:36

ohh goodness!!! i feel for ya on the deep scale.   buy lots of soft foods for a while as is less than pleasant.

i was introduced to COF by my now fiance`.  I work in prime banking for myself.  what are you majoring in?

and yes if you pay attention cof's music is poetic and i like the theatricallity of it all.  Unfortunately i got Dani into some trouble in past and i cant apologize enough (was a jealous but powerfull man who is no longer my fiance` because of this)  anyway--nice to meet you, and hope to converse often.

Comment by Derek Talisman on August 31, 2011 at 19:32

I liked Darkly Darkly Venus Aversa. "In this sign conquer!". Right now I am at a computer lab Trident Technical College. I have to write an essay for English 101, and I have to do some textbook work for section 2.1 in my Basic College Mathmatics book. I also have a dental appointment for a deep cleaning and to get a filling tomorrow at 2pm.

Listening to Cradle of Filth is great, the music is beautiful and is pleasing to listen to. Thanks!

Comment by Victoria Thorne on August 31, 2011 at 19:30

Derek,

 

cool, good to know--- i would wonder why?  and also that (from my understanding --i could be wrong, but i have heard Dani say that he gleans what he finds usefull from many religions whis is what makes him Luciferian by definition-- and since that is a mixed structure-- i do not see why they wouldnt eat lettuce unless it inhibits ones ab ilities?????

is just my guess

 

 

Comment by Derek Talisman on August 31, 2011 at 19:26

I have bought "The Book of Shadows for the Solitary Witch" by Silver Raven Wolf in the New Age section of the Mount Pleasant (South Carolina) Barnes and Noble. I was at my friend Glen's place, and he asked if I wanted to go to Barnes and Noble with him, and so I went with him. He was there to get "A Dance of Dragons", which is the fifth and latest book for the HBO dark fantasy series "Game of Thrones". Since Glen subscribes to HBO he is able to dowload episodes of the show from HBO Go.

Anyhow, I asked  about lettuce because a friend of mine said that Luciferians have a tradition to not eat lettuce, although they don't know why they have that tradition.

Comment by 123FILTH666 on August 11, 2011 at 19:33
saludos de chile dani filth
Comment by Victoria Thorne on July 15, 2011 at 20:00
***sp  (lessor key of solomon)     the internet dyslexic strikes again   ... my apologies
Comment by Victoria Thorne on July 15, 2011 at 19:59

Derek,   buy a book of shadows or witches bible and the lerror and major keys of solomon are there-- you might like it

 

ummm why did you ask about Lettuce?-- curiosity is killing me

Comment by Derek Talisman on July 15, 2011 at 19:24
Gavin*
Comment by Derek Talisman on July 15, 2011 at 19:23

It's too bad you all couldn't have come to Charleston, SC. I asked a friend if he'd drive me to Atlanta, but it didn't work out. I am listening to Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder on my Sony Walkman cd player now. I also enjoyed Darkly Darkly Venus Aversa, which I have on iTunes. Castelvania, and Bloody Tears(?) were two nice instrumentals that I found on YouTube earlier today.

I have bought the Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon by Aliester Crowly, The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish and a few other books, one of them being Lucifer Rising by Gain Baddeley.

Do you eat lettuce?

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