H.I.M. Complete Work On New CD, Upcoming Video

Finland's H.I.M. have completed work on their new album, tentatively titled "Love Metal", for an April release through Supersonic/G.U.N. Records.

"The band got back from L.A. on Friday night [Dec. 20]," reads a message on the group's official web site. "Tim Palmer's mixes sound great. There are totally 11 tracks on the album with almost one hour of new songs. Mastering is done in New York and the whole album is completed before the end of the year."

The video for the first single off the album, titled "Buried Alive by Love", was shot over the Dec. 15-18 weekend with Bam Margera of "Jackass" fame in the director's chair. Juliette Lewis was the female person in the video, which was filmed at the spectacular Los Angeles Theatre in downtown L.A. Photos from the shoot can be seen at this location. A second video to a track called "Funeral of Hearts" will be shot in Finland in January. Stefan Lindfors will be directing.


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