DEAD BY APRIL: Acoustic Performance Available

Swedish "pop/metal" band DEAD BY APRIL played two songs ("Promise Me" and "Losing You") acoustically for Expressen TV's "XL Live" in May 2009. Watch video footage of the performance below.

DEAD BY APRIL has been confirmed for the METALLICA-headlined inaugural Sonisphere festival, set to take place on August 1-2 at the legendary Knebworth Park, United Kingdom.

DEAD BY APRIL's self-titled debut album was released in Sweden on May 13 via Universal. The CD was produced by Henrik Edenhed, who has previously worked with ROBYN, LAMBRETTA, TEDDYBEARS, CHRISTIAN WALTZ and THE SOUNDS.

"Dead By April" track listing:

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01. Trapped
02. Angels of Clarity
03. Losing You
04. What Can I Say
05. Erased
06. Promise Me
07. Falling Behind
08. Sorry For Everything
09. In My Arms
10. Stronger
11. Carry Me
12. A Promise
13. I Made It

"Losing You", the first single from DEAD BY APRIL, topped the official chart in the band's home country.

"Losing You" was released as a digital single in the U.K. on May 11 via Spinefarm Records. The title cut is available, along with bonus cut "My Saviour", plus the "Losing You" video.

According to the group's official bio, "DEAD BY APRIL is a collaboration between some free-spirited, like-minded musicians. It has evolved from just being a project to a full-time band in a very short amount of time."

For more information, visit DEAD BY APRIL's MySpace page.

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