H.I.M.: 'The Video Collection - 1997-2003' DVD To Surface In December

Finnish goth metallers H.I.M. will be issuing a collection of their promotional videos, aptly titled "The Video Collection - 1997-2003", on December 7 via Universal. The complete track listing for the disc is as follows:

01. Buried Alive By Love
02. The Funeral Of Hearts
03. Gone With The Sin
04. Heartache Every Moment
05. In Joy And Sorrow
06. Join Me In Death
07. Poison Girl
08. Pretending
09. Right Here In My Arms
10. The Sacrament
11. When Love And Death Embrace
12. Wicked Game (CHRIS ISAAK cover)
13. The Making Of "Buried Alive By Love"
14. The Making Of "The Sacrament"
15. Interrogation Footage

In other news, H.I.M.'s last studio album, "Love Metal", is scheduled to receive its long-overdue U.S. release on February 1, 2005.

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