FOR MY PAIN… Postpone Recording Sessions For Sophomore Album

FOR MY PAIN…, the Finnish "gothic metal" band featuring Tuomas Holopainen (NIGHTWISH) on keyboards, Altti Veteläinen (ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW) on bass, Lauri Tuohimaa (EMBRAZE) on guitar, Olli-Pekka Törrö (ex-ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW) on guitar, Juha Kylmänen (REFLEXION) on vocals, and Petri Sankala (ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW) on drums, has postponed the recording sessions for its sophomore album to sometime in 2007. According to a posting on the group's official web site, "original plans were to record the [follow-up to] the 'Fallen' album [2003] this year, but it appears that all band members have their hands full with their main bands."

FOR MY PAIN…'s latest single, "Killing Romance", spent six weeks on the official Top 20 single chart in Finland upon its release in 2004. The CD, which was recorded at Tico Tico studio in Kemi, Finland, contained two new original songs plus a cover of 's "Joutsenlaulu".


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