Finnish metallers CHILDREN OF BODOM will release their photo book, "Roadkill", on Wednesday, August 8 via Hatecrew.com. The first 666 copies of the book have been personally signed by the band.
CHILDREN OF BODOM previously stated about the book, "It's dedicated to the whole worldwide Hate Crew [COB fans]. We've been shooting life on the road, the Hate Crew and all kinds of crazy shit for over two years."
A trailer for the book can be seen below.
CHILDREN OF BODOM was forced to cancel several shows last month — including those in Oslo, Norway and Malmö, Sweden — after guitarist/vocalist Alexi Laiho was rushed to the hospital with extreme stomach pain.
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After spending a week and a half receiving treatment in Oslo, Alexi was released from the hospital and the band performed at this year's Ilosaarirock festival, which was held July 13-15 in Joensuu, Finland.
CHILDREN OF BODOM recently inked a worldwide deal (excluding Japan) with Nuclear Blast Records.
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