H.I.M. Scrap Live Album, Head Back Into The Studio

Finnish goth-metallers H.I.M. have abandoned plans to release a live album and will instead head back into the studio next month to record some new material. A new single will surface in early 2004, to be followed by a compilation of remixed and unreleased material in connection with an upcoming German tour. The exact cities and dates for the tour will be announced in the first week of December. A video to one of the new songs will also be shot in December.

The group's previously recorded live material, which was taped last spring when the group played seven consecutive shows at Semifinal club in their hometown of Helsinki, might end up in a DVD package that is scheduled to be released later next year.


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