BALTIMOORE: New Album Artwork Unveiled; Audio Samples Available
Swedish hard rockers BALTIMOORE will release their new album, "Quick Fix", on May 15 via BLP Music. Two songs from the CD — "Shoot The Dark" and "Tell Me Who You Wanna Be Today" — are available for streaming on the band's official MySpace page. Another track, entitled "How Can You Undo What's Become Undone?", can be downloaded at this location.
The "Quick Fix" cover artwork can be viewed below.
BALTIMOORE's new lineup is as follows:
Örjan Fernkvist - Keyboards
Robban Bäck - Drums
Emanuel Hedberg - Guitar
Björn Lundqvist - Bass
Örjan Fernkvist previously played on five tracks on "Best Of Baltimoore" and was a member of Sweden's SIX FEET UNDER.
BALTIMOORE released a DVD-R in 2007 containing footage taken at the band's December 17, 2006 gig at the Hard Rock Cafe in Stockholm, Sweden. The DVD-R also includes an interview with the group and videos for the songs "Wellaway" and "Give Me What You've Got". The interview is in Swedish, but it has English subtitles.
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