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Genre Icon Symphonic Metal


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Midnight in the Labyrinth is an "orchestral" album by English extreme metal band Cradle of Filth (although "orchestrations" are credited to synthesizer player Mark Newby-Robson and no orchestra or string-section is listed in the album's personnel). The songs selected are from the band's first four releases.
The album was released to coincide with Record Store Day on 21 April in participating countries. It was released worldwide on 4 May. Disc One features narration by Dani Filth, plus additional vocals from Sarah Jezebel Deva. Disc Two contains the same recordings minus the vocals. The first disc also includes "Goetia (Invoking the Unclean)", a thirteen minute "aural séance", recycling the titles of Cradle's abandoned and wiped first album, and first demo.
A demo of the orchestral version of "Summer Dying Fast" appeared as a teaser on the EP Evermore Darkly, and the narrated version of "A Gothic Romance (Red Roses for the Devil's Whore)" was released online, preceding the album on 4 April.
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