HIM: New Single To Premiere Online Tomorrow

"Heartkiller", the new single from HIM, will premiere in the United States on MySpace on Friday, December 4.

HIM: New Single To Premiere Online Tomorrow
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"Heartkiller", the new single from Finnish "love" metallers HIM, will premiere in the United States on MySpace on Friday, December 4. The track is the first single from the band's upcoming album, "Screamworks: Love In Theory And Practice", which will be released by Sire Records on February 9, 2010. Recorded at The Lair in Los Angeles, the CD was produced by Matt Squire (Taking Back Sunday, The Used, Saosin) and mixed by Neal Avron (Linkin Park, Weezer, Fall Out Boy). "Screamworks: Love In Theory And Practice" is HIM's seventh studio album and the follow-up to 2007's "Venus Doom", which debuted at No. 12 in the US and was nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Boxed/Special Limited Edition Packaging". In 2007, HIM, which is Ville Valo (vocals), Mige (bass), Linde (guitar), Burton (keyboards), and Gas (drums), supported Metallica in Europe before joining the Linkin Park-headlined Projekt Revolution tour across America, and headlined its own US theater tour. The band's 2005 album, "Dark Light", has the distinction of being the first album by a Finnish band to be certified gold in the US. "Screamworks: Love In Theory And Practice" track listing: 01. In Venere Veritas 02. Scared To Death 03. Heartkiller 04. Dying Song 05. Disarm Me (With Your Loneliness) 06. Love, The Hardest Way 07. Katherine Wheel 08. In The Arms Of Rain 09. Ode To Solitude 10. Shatter Me With Hope 11. Acoustic Funeral (For Love In Limbo) 12. Like St. Valentine 13. The Foreboding Sense Of Impending Happiness Read more at Blabbermouth.net.

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    Duality Ninja
    Fred100000 wrote: I thought this band just sorta vanished into obscurity. And here they are again. Doubleyou tee eff.
    Well, after Digital Versatile Doom, they sort of dissappeared on hiatus, I think, and then came back. WITH RAGE.
    CalebJThompson wrote: old?
    Only a few hours old. I can't wait for this. These guys are amazing.
    Fred1000000
    I thought this band just sorta vanished into obscurity. And here they are again. Doubleyou tee eff.
    Nedrogers
    I dont like the name "Heartkiller" much but I listened to the preview and it sounds good.