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Cradle of Filth Debut 'Lilith Immaculate' Video [NSFW]

UK metal legends (and FEARnet faves) Cradle of Filth have premiered "Lilith Immaculate," the second music video from their most recent studio album Darkly, Darkly, Venus Aversa. The clip was launched by their label, Peaceville Records, who announced that it "delves ever further into the depths of the sordid & delightfully dark world of Cradle of Filth." These dudes definitely delight in darkness, and the new visuals prove it. Hit the jump to watch the slightly NSFW video on the other side...

While the video for the previous single "Forgive Me Father (I Have Sinned)" was more of a straight performance piece, "Lilith" is a much grander gothic nightmare taking place in the dark corridors of a crumbling castle, which makes a perfect setting for the sweeping, operatic feel of the song. The visuals are the work of director Ross Bolidai, and they include frontman Dani Filth sporting his 2011 tour look, rocking a wicked microphone stand made of black bones, and clutching a human heart. The demon beauty Lilith gets drenched in blood, digging it full-on Elizabeth Bathory style and taking part in a little human sacrifice. Oh, and there's some boobage in there, so be careful if you're watching at work.

Check out "Lilith Immaculate" right now!

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