CHILDREN OF BODOM: Limited-Edition Picture-Disc Reissues Due In January
The U.S. branch of Spinefarm Records will release the following CHILDREN OF BODOM titles on limited-edition picture disc vinyl on January 13, 2009:
* "Blooddrunk" (2008)
* "Tokyo Warhearts" (2006)
* "Are You Dead Yet?" (2005)
* "Follow the Reaper (2000)
* "Hatebreeder" (1999)
* "Something Wild" (1997)
Each title will be individually numbered and are limited to 1,500 copies, making them instant collectors items!
For more information, visit the Spinefarm webstore.
CHILDREN OF BODOM has just released a new single, "Smile Pretty For The Devil", in the UK to coincide with the first date on the band's run of UK shows with SLIPKNOT and MACHINE HEAD. The third single from BODOM's internationally successful "Blooddrunk" album is available on three-track CD, with the accompanying video plus POISON cover "Talk Dirty To Me" also featured. This release (strictly limited to 1,000 numbered copies) comes in a poster bag and are ONLY on sale at two Zavvi stores in London and Manchester where CHILDREN OF BODOM are confirmed for in-store appearances.
CHILDREN OF BODOM's new album, "Blooddrunk", landed at position No. 22 on The Billboard 200 chart after selling over 19,000 copies in its first week of release.
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