Dani Filth

Daniel Lloyd Davey (born 25 July 1973), known professionally as Dani Filth, is the lyricist, vocalist and founding member of the metal band Cradle of Filth.wikipedia
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Cradle of Filth

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Daniel Lloyd Davey (born 25 July 1973), known professionally as Dani Filth, is the lyricist, vocalist and founding member of the metal band Cradle of Filth.
The band has gone through many lineup changes, with vocalist Dani Filth being the only constant member.

Devilment

He also has been lending his voice to the band Devilment, a side project that has taken off into a full-time job in between Cradle records.
The band experienced problems finding a stable vocalist until Dani Filth from the extreme metal band Cradle of Filth joined.

The Gospel of Filth

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He has co-written and released The Gospel of Filth with Gavin Baddeley.
The Gospel of Filth (variously subtitled "A Black Metal Bible" and "A Bible of Decadence & Darkness") is a book by Dani Filth and Gavin Baddeley, documenting the history of the band Cradle of Filth and its cultural influences.

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Daniel Lloyd Davey was born to Susan Janet Moore and Lawrence John Davey in Hertford, UK and is the oldest child of four.

Roadrunner United

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Away from Cradle, Filth appeared on the Roadrunner United CD in 2005 (contributing vocals to "Dawn of a Golden Age"), and his high profile has also led to a handful of film and television roles.

The Principle of Evil Made Flesh

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The album's sound is significantly more raw than on subsequent releases, and frontman Dani Filth's vocals differ from his later style and technique.

Dusk and Her Embrace

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Speaking to Ryan Bird of Kerrang! In 2008, Dani Filth remembered:

Cradle of Fear

In 2000, Filth appeared in the movie Cradle of Fear as The Man, a deranged psychopath taking revenge on his father's persecutors.
This he does through his son: Dani Filth playing an unnamed character referred to in the credits as "The Man".

Rob Caggiano

The group's ranks is rounded out by guitarist Rob Caggiano, also currently in Volbeat, black metal legend King ov Hell on bass as well as drummer John Tempesta.
In addition, Caggiano has also recently joined forces with singer Dani Filth, bass virtuoso King Ov Hell as well as drummer John Tempesta in a new band, Temple of the Black Moon who are actively recording.

Nymphetamine

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The title is a portmanteau of "nymphette" and "amphetamine", and Dani Filth explained it as referring to "a drug-like addiction to the woman in question, with her insidious vampire qualities literally bringing her lover back from the brink of the spiritual grave, only to bury him further on the strength of a whim. This is very Edgar Allan Poe in style, and leaves one thinking that, despite the character's inner agonies, he is really a welcome submissive who readily enjoys the terrible highs and lows of his relationship with this alluring and filthy succubus."

Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness of Decay

Dani Filth said the album "is deeply infused with Victorian gothic horror and thus the title is a reflection of that. 'Cryptoriana' implies the Victorians' infatuation with the supernatural, the grave and the ghoulish. And the subtitle, 'The Seductiveness of Decay', further cements this attraction to death and the glittering lengthy process of self-annihilation".

Dominator (comics)

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In 2003, he provided the voice of the eponymous main character in the feature-length animation Dominator.

Thornography

Dani Filth explained the album's title in 2006:

Claudio Simonetti

Filth recorded the song "(She's) The Mother of Tears" with Claudio Simonetti and Simonetti's band Daemonia, for the soundtrack of Dario Argento's film The Mother of Tears.
He composed the title track "Mater Lacrimarum" for The Mother of Tears soundtrack in 2007, which features background vocals by Dani Filth.

King ov Hell

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The group's ranks is rounded out by guitarist Rob Caggiano, also currently in Volbeat, black metal legend King ov Hell on bass as well as drummer John Tempesta.
King has also been closely associated with Shagrath, Dani Filth, and Rob Caggiano of Anthrax.

Damnation and a Day

Narration on the first track of each section is by David McEwen, who played Kemper in the 2001 horror film Cradle of Fear (also starring Cradle frontman Dani Filth) and appeared in the video for "Her Ghost in the Fog", miming Doug Bradley's vocals.

John Tempesta

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The group's ranks is rounded out by guitarist Rob Caggiano, also currently in Volbeat, black metal legend King ov Hell on bass as well as drummer John Tempesta.
Other members are: Dani Filth, Rob Caggiano and King Ov Hell.

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Paul Allender and Dani Filth, founders of extreme metal band Cradle of Filth, would later meet Deva through mutual friends.

Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa

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Dani Filth revealed to Metal Hammer in September 2010 that it would be a "feminine" companion piece to Godspeed, "which was a very masculine album, obviously due to its protagonist, Gilles de Rais".

Godspeed on the Devil's Thunder

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Dani Filth has described the album as, "our most extreme, dramatic and deeply disturbing album to date. The legend of Gilles de Rais has been given fresh, vampyrical life in this conceptual meisterwerk, swathed in pitch-black magic and a viciousness unsurpassed in the annals of Cradle history. Screw what our detractors say, everyone who has heard this album has bruised their jaws on the pentagram-bejewelled floor."

Amo (Bring Me the Horizon album)

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The second single, "Wonderful Life" featuring Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth, was released on 21 October 2018.

Reincarnate (album)

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After the song's release the track list also became available, revealing thirteen tracks (fourteen including the bonus track) and included featured artists such as; Dani Filth of Cradle of Filth, Maria Brink of In This Moment and Tim Sköld formerly of Marilyn Manson and KMFDM.

Wonderful Life (Bring Me the Horizon song)

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"Wonderful Life" is a song by British rock band Bring Me the Horizon featuring Cradle of Filth vocalist Dani Filth.

Midian (album)

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The opening line of "Lord Abortion" ("Care for a little necrophilia?") is a quote from Terry Gilliam's film Brazil (voiced by Kim Greist in the film, but delivered here by Toni King, frontman Dani Filth's wife).