Cradle of Filth and DevilDriver

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm

$37.50-$49.00 | Plus fees and taxes

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Cradle of Filth

Cradle of Filth is a renowned English extreme metal band, hailed for its unique blend of symphonic black metal, gothic metal, and other heavy metal sub-genres. Formed in Suffolk in 1991, the band’s line-up has changed multiple times over the years, with lead vocalist Dani Filth (Daniel Lloyd Davey) as the only constant member.

Initially, the band’s sound was primarily black metal, but they quickly started to incorporate elements of gothic, symphonic, and extreme metal, creating a unique and versatile sound. Cradle of Filth gained recognition for its rich, dramatic, and dark lyrical content that often delves into gothic literature, mythology, horror, and poetry.

Their debut album, “The Principle of Evil Made Flesh,” was released in 1994. Since then, they have produced numerous albums, among which “Dusk… and Her Embrace” (1996), “Cruelty and the Beast” (1998), and “Midian” (2000) are often noted as fan-favorites. Each of their albums presents a diverse range of stylistic influences, contributing to their distinct and evolving sound.

Cradle of Filth is also known for their theatrical stage presence, which includes elaborate costume designs and evocative visual elements. This dramatic flair, paired with their distinctive musical style, has secured their status as one of the most influential and enduring bands in the extreme metal genre.

As of my last training data in September 2021, the band has continued to record, tour, and maintain a significant presence within the global metal scene. For the most current information about Cradle of Filth, it’s best to check more recent sources.

DevilDriver

DevilDriver is an American heavy metal band from Santa Barbara, California, formed in 2002. The group was originally named Deathride, but due to copyright issues and the desire to create a more unique identity, they changed their name to DevilDriver, a reference to bells Italian Wiccans used to drive evil forces away.

The band was formed by vocalist Dez Fafara, who was previously known for his work with the nu metal band Coal Chamber. Dez Fafara is the only original member still active with the band as of my last update in September 2021.

DevilDriver’s music is often classified as groove metal but incorporates elements of melodic death metal and metalcore as well. The band is known for its high-energy performances, aggressive guitar riffs, and Fafara’s powerful growling vocals. Lyrically, their songs often explore themes of personal struggle, perseverance, and societal issues.

Their self-titled debut album was released in 2003 and made a significant impact on the metal scene. Since then, they have consistently produced albums, including “The Fury of Our Maker’s Hand” (2005), “Pray for Villains” (2009), and “Dealing with Demons I” (2020). Each release has showcased the band’s musical evolution while maintaining their signature aggressive sound.

Despite numerous lineup changes over the years, DevilDriver has maintained a strong presence in the heavy metal community, gaining respect for their hard-hitting sound and relentless work ethic.

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Venue Information:
Temple Live
332 E 1st St N
Wichita, KS 67202
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