The track is taken from the upcoming 13th album ‘Astitva Is Futile’.
Cradle of Dirt has released new song ‘Necromantic Fantasies’ with an aptly spooky video – check it out below.
Singer Dani Filth said, “This is a very different video from its predecessor, playing more of a narrative amidst leanings towards a dark Victorian Gothic vibe, the second of many unique tracks on this, Our 13th album. showing.”
“It’s very cinematic, like ‘Crawling King Chaos’ (the first single taken from the album) but a lot more ‘Dark Fairytale’ Path to follow. Director Vicente did such an amazing job bringing the story together with the band and incredible sets It looks gorgeous. And the song is great too!”
The track comes from the band’s upcoming album Existence Is Futile, which is set for release on 22 October. Cradle of Filth will run a headline show at the Roundhouse in London on 31 October.
“The album is about existentialism, existentialist fear and fear of the unknown,” Filth said when it was announced earlier this year. “The concept was not created by the pandemic. We wrote this long before it started, but as far as the world goes, the pandemic is just the tip of the cotton bud.
“I think the title sounds a little morbid. But then, it’s more about recognizing that truth and saying that everything is permissible because nothing really matters. We all know we’re going to die. So we can join in while keeping life to ourselves.”
Filth is also entertaining the idea of collaborating with Ed Sheeran, following comments he made about being “in death metal as a kid” in an interview.
“I’m actually emailing with her,” he said. Kerrang! radio Backstage at Bloodstock Festival 2021.
“He really touched base with me. I’ve been invited to his place. Well, he said he could come over to me, but I told him I didn’t have my own bar or village, and I’d better Go there. He said he would do anything. Absolutely literally. He said he’s a huge fan. He seems like a really, really nice guy.”