CHARON: 'A-Sides, B-Sides & Suicides' Lands On Finnish Chart
"A-Sides, B-Sides & Suicides", the first-ever compilation album from Finnish gothic metallers CHARON, entered the official chart in the band's home country at position No. 21.
"A-Sides, B-Sides & Suicides" was released on June 23. The two-disc set includes almost 40 songs and two and a half hours of music spanning the band's entire career — from its first demo tape to the most recent recordings. In addition to the album cuts, there are outtakes, cover songs and demos.
"A-Sides, B-Sides & Suicides" track listing:
01. The Cure
02. Ride On Tears
03. Religious / Delicious
05. In Trust Of No One
06. Four Seasons Rush
08. Little Angel
11. Bitter Joy
12. Christina Bleeds
14. House Of The Silent
15. Sister Misery
16. As We Die
17. Morrow (edit)
03. Built For My Ghosts
04. The King Is Dead
05. Give Nothing
06. Frail I Stand
08. Sun King
10. Absolution True
11. Psyche Sunset / Access To Necropolis
15. Omega Vortex
The new song "The Cure", which appears on "A-Sides, B-Sides & Suicides", can be streamed below.
CHARON recently parted ways with guitarist Pasi Sipilä. The rest of the band is continuing to play and write songs as a quartet. The group said, "At the moment we are looking forward to new working methods and finding new ways to surprise our fans and to challenge bandmates with no boundaries on style or sound."
CHARON's last CD, "Songs for the Sinners", debuted on Finland's national album chart at position No. 6 back in September 2005. The follow-up to 2003's "The Dying Daylights" was recorded at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki with producer Mikko Karmila.
(Thanks: fireangel / Night Elves)
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