Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth took his official Instagram account to inform the fans about the band’s forthcoming projects. Filth revealed that they have many new exciting projects and detailed what they will be.

As you may recall, Cradle of Filth released their thirteenth studio album, ‘Existence Is Futile,’ on October 22, 2021. The album mostly received positive reviews and was highly praised for its creativity and intensity. They also had a chance to arrange a short North America tour to promote their new album.

In his Instagram post, Dani Filth started his words by sharing his Happy New Year wishes with everyone, and then, he reflected on how the last year was for Cradle of Filth. Filth talked about the band’s new album and the live stream event they held in May. He thanked all their crew members and the production for their contribution and said he can’t wait for the coming year.

Dani Filth revealed that they have many exciting plans for the next year and then gave some details about them. He delivered that they will release another comic book as a continuation of their previous book and said they will also have some live shows, various collaborations, and new music in the forthcoming months of 2022.

Dani Filth’s Instagram post read:

“Firstly, in this festive address, I’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year. May it be a productive and fruitfully delicious one for each and every one of you! Despite 2021 being another year of the plague and not seeing many actions in the live department, it did bare witness to the release of our new album ‘Existence Is Futile.’ It also enabled us to partially tour the album in the States, where we played the two video tracks alongside fan-faves, as we brought our worldwide tour of ‘CATB’ to a head.⁣

COF also undertook our anticipated live stream event in May. Thanks for your patience with this, despite the constant shifting of the goalposts. And extra thanks goes to all the crew and production teams that made the monster happen, you all went above and beyond the call of duty and we can’t wait to unleash the new one early in 2022.

Elsewhere, some live events did go on regardless despite the voracity of the virus, one of which was the impressive Bloodstock which was attended by a little over 20k excited Metal fans who were absolutely gagging at the bit to be back at a big live show after so long.”

He continued by saying:

“And of course, we played another big production show on All Hallow’s Eve at the    London Roundhouse, which really was a phantasmagorically fiery performance. We  fucking loved it! And it proved such a befitting end to what was essentially a shallow  year in terms of playing live, but such a productive one for many other aspects of the  band.⁣

We as a band have many exciting things planned for 2022, not least of all the continuation of our Incendium comic book series and toys and our ever-expanding drinks line, but also plenty of potential live dates/ collaborations/ aberrations/ trinkets and baubles/ strange darksome exotica and above all else, music!⁣

So it leaves me now not only to thank our wonderful management team at Oracle; the incredible Crew; all the lovely people who look after us; the record label, the music press, fellow bands & inmates, and fellow bandmates… But also you guys for keeping the twisted faith alive and supporting COF throughout all these trying times. ⁣

Your friend.”

You can check out Dani Filth’s Instagram post and listen to the band’s latest album, ‘Existence Is Futile,’ below.

Photo Credit: Dani Filth – Instagram