A 30-minute audio interview with DARK TRANQUILLITY guitarist Niklas Sundin has been posted online at the Danish rock webzine Revolution-music.dk (mp3, 8.9 MB).During the interview, Sundin discusses the band's upcoming studio album, "Character", and their decision to re-sign with Century Media Records, among other topics. As previously reported, a brand new DARK TRANQUILLITY track, entitled "Through Smudged Lenses", has been posted online at this location (Real Media). "Through Smudged Lenses" comes off the group's upcoming album, "Character", due in Europe on January 24 and North America on January 25 via Century Media Records. The band recently released an EP, entitled "Lost to Apathy", as a teaser for the upcoming full-length. It includes four songs, a video-clip (for the title track) and a screensaver. (Thanks: Carsten Brogaard Pedersen / Revolution-music.dk)
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