Cradle Of Filth debut new song “Deflowering the Maidenhead, Displeasuring the Goddess”

Cradle Of Filth have premiered a new track titled “Deflowering the Maidenhead, Displeasuring the Goddess”. Frontman Dani Filth offered on the song:

‘Deflowering the Maidenhead, Displeasuring the Goddess‘ is based on the ancient belief of the world personified as Mother Goddess, concerning itself with her self-preservative measures when assailed by her final abuse by the human race. Violated, poisoned and unknowingly left for dead, Gaia’s is a pre-emptive, violent and justified retribution; without tears for creed or culture. Nature versus Mankind. A total renewal of species. The song spirals onward at a frenetic, apocalyptic pace to climax and was originally one of guitarist Ashok‘s contributions to the album, along with ‘The Vampyre at My Side’.”

The song is off the band’s forthcoming eleventh studio record Hammer of the Witches, out July 10th on Nuclear Blast Records. Pre-orders are available through various outlets, which are listed below:

Nuclear Blast
iTunes
Amazon (physical)
Amazon (digital)
Google Play

[via Revolver]