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Song of the Week: Full Dark, No Stars – Devilment

November 24, 2016

Song of the Week Devilment

We have been talking about Devilment quite a bit on WLM lately. Why? Maybe it’s (as one reader said,) we’re “obsessed with Dani Filth?” Maybe we need a fix before the new Cradle of Filth album drops? OR… maybe, just maybe we love the path this project has taken and feel the differences between COF Dani and Devilment Dani needs to be highlighted. Yep, that’s it! With all that said enjoy Devilment for what it is. A force to be reckoned with on the metal scene. ~ Martell

“The title for this song is taken from a Stephen King horror anthology, much as the title of our first album was lifted from a book by Clive Barker (The Great And Secret Show) though there is no correlation between the book and the song, other than it represents a bleak period; a state of wanton depression; an absence of being”. Dani recounts. “It is, much like many songs on this album, about regaining the light, the overcoming of demons, and of triumphing over the immense shadow of fear itself.”


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