PanDaemonAeon

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PanDaemonAeon is a musical video by extreme metal band Cradle of Filth. It was directed by Alex Chandon, who would go on to produce further promo clips and DVD documentaries for the band, as well as the full-length feature film Cradle of Fear. The film was released on VHS on October 5, 1999 and was released to DVD in 2002.[1] The DVD contains two versions of the video: uncensored with graphic nudity and gore, and a supposedly MTV-friendly "clean" version. Also included are a "Making-of" documentary and a short live show, recorded at the London Astoria on 5 June 1998.

It is primarily a showcase for the band's first ever promo video for the song From the Cradle to Enslave, taken from the EP of the same name. PanDaemonAeon hit Billboard's Top Music Video chart for October 23, 1999, placing at number 12.[2]

Astoria Show track list

  1. Dusk and Her Embrace
  2. Beneath The Howling Stars
  3. Cruelty Brought Thee Orchids
  4. Malice Through The Looking Glass

Personnel

Reception

AllMusic wrote a review for PanDaemonAeon, writing "It's everything you'd expect from the theatrical provocateurs, replete with scantily clad women, midgets, buckets of fake blood, and assorted grotesquerie; it's kind of silly to take it too seriously, but horror-film fans will probably find it highly entertaining, as will the band's devoted fan base."[3]

References

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