Cradle of Filth is I guess what you would call an extreme goth metal band. They’re from England and formed in 1991. Side note…why are all the insanely awesome metal bands not from the US? I mean cool for them but sucky for us Americans who want to see them play.
When I first heard of Cradle of Filth I couldn’t tell you but I do remember the very first song I heard by them…Hallowed be thy name which incidentally is a cover of another awesome band, Iron Maidens. How apropos of them to cover one of their songs seeing as they were a big influence on the members of Cradle of Filth and I do love me some Iron Maiden.
Before watching these videos make sure there are no children around, secondly if you are easily offended by the crude and naughty and slightly disturbing behavior just skip this whole post. If you are slightly interested in hearing what they sound like but don’t want to watch then by all means, press play but don’t look. If you don’t care then enjoy my friends.
There is no official video and the others were all animated (blah) so enjoy watching some (silent) Underworld while listening.
The second Cradle of Filth song I heard was From the Cradle to Enslave.
I was sharing a few of their songs on Facebook earlier this morning as I was listening to them and of all people to comment my Mom did. And I totally laughed at her comments. “I was good with this until he started singing” naturally I had to share more and push the envelope so I shared Lilith Immaculate. Her response “What the hell was that??? You can’t possibly call Lilith Immaculate a song!” ROFL. Yeah I know they may not be everyone’s cup o tea but the “nice” side of me loves to play Cradle of Filth during Halloween night just to scare the bejeebus out of people haha, hush don’t judge me, I have a twisted sense of humor.
So if you listened to either of the videos, what did you think?
I am so excited, the awesomeness that is Amanda (High Impact Mom) has brought back Tuesday Tunes. Oh yeah, that’s right Tuesday Tunes is officially back yo! If you’ve never participated in Tuesday Tunes before be sure to hop on over to Amanda’s site and check out how to participate. It’s simple and fun and who doesn’t love being introduced to new types of music.
Has anyone noticed the increased popularity of dance types of music? I don’t listen to the radio often because I usually only get the chance to when I am in the car…which isn’t all that often but even I have noticed. Not that I am complaining, honestly I love it! But I have noticed that a lot more artists are doing it. And you will never catch me repeating these words, but there is one specific song that I am really loving right now….and it has Britney Spears in it :::GASP::: Yes you read that right I like a Britney Spears song. No I am not hanging my head in shame, instead I am laughing. She may not be my typical cup of tea but you can’t deny she still knows how to kick some ass.
I am not sure which version I like better, the original with Will.i.am and Britney or the remix done by Reidiculous. If you haven’t heard of Reidiculous before and love music that’s awesome to dance to you NEED to check him out! Seriously the guy is amazing.
Now if you’ll excuse me I am off to go
work dance by myself and do some housework but I want to know which version do you like better?
Do you have a song that no matter what your mood may be it always brings you to tears? You know those songs that reach down into your core and pull at your heart strings. There’s nothing you can do to stop it, only give in and have a good cry.
I have two.
The first time I heard Only Time by Enya I bawled. It’s such a beautiful song. And after 9-11 they played it a lot. So not only did it make me cry because it’s beautiful but from the emotions of 9-11. For a few years after 9-11 if I heard this song I always had a soul cleansing cry. Hearing it made me think of all the things that weren’t going right, the negatives and then the tragedies of that fateful day and it would smack me in the face at how grateful I truly am for what I have. To this day it still makes me tear up and every once in a while I will put it on when I need some calming tunes to help me regain my wooosaaa.
Now for the second song. It all started during those good ole days of ER. You remember that show right? Remember when Dr Mark Greene spends his last days with his daughter on the beautiful island of Hawaii. Season 8 episode 21, you know you remember it. It is one of the most widely remembered episodes of the show, the one when he passes away. Peacefully. Insert full and complete breakdown with snot and tears flowing freely. Well does anyone remember the song that was playing during this scene? I do. It was Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwoʻole. I loved it the first time I heard it, and then I became a mom and it took on a whole new meaning for me. Every time I hear it I think of my children, from the time they were born until who they are now. And without fail it bring me to tears. Sometimes if I know I need a good cry I will put it on. Of course my kids look at me like I have five noses or something but it does the trick.
So I have told you what two songs move me to tears and I am wondering if there are others out there that are emotional
basket cases beings or if I am alone. Personally I think that everyone out there has at least one song that touches them so deeply they can’t help but cry when listening to it. What say you?
Don’t forget if you are participating in Tuesday Tunes to head on over to High Impact Mom and link up so we can all listen to each others tunes! Click here to be brought directly to the linky.