CHILDREN OF BODOM frontman Alexi Laiho, NIGHTWISH mainman Tuomas Holopainen and ex-FINNTROLL vocalist Tapio Wilska are among the guest musicians that will appear on the forthcoming EP from Finnish punk rockers KYLÄHULLUT, entitled "Lisää Persettä Rättipäille" (More Ass to Ragheads). Due later in the year, the EP will feature the following track listing:

01. Intro (Intro) (Klamydia - E.V.V.K.)
02. Lisää Persettä Rättipäille (More Ass to Ragheads)
03. Hip-Hop! (Hip-Hop!)
04. Majavannaama (Beaver's Face)
05. Käkimassaa (Cuckoo Mass) (Skrewdriver - You're So Dumb)

More information can be found on the official KYLÄHULLUT web site where you can also view a few pictures from the recording sessions. A sample of the title track, "Lisää Persettä Rättipäille", is available on the official KYLÄHULLUT MySpace page.

(Thanks: Scythes Of Bodom)


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