Finland's H.I.M. will issue their latest CD, entitled Deep Shadows and Brilliant Highlights, in the UK on February 25th. To promote the album's release, the group will play a couple of gigs in the London area—on February 28th at the Barfly Club in Camden and on March 1st with THE MISSION UK at the Astoria. In other news, H.I.M. have been nominated at the annual Echo Awards in the category “International Nu Metal/Alternative Rock”. Other acts nominated in this category are CRAZY TOWN, GORILLAZ, LIMP BIZKIT and LINKIN PARK. The awards gala takes place on March 7th. Also on the H.I.M. front, the group's recently-issued “Heartache Every Moment”/”Close To The Flame” double-single went to number 20 in the singles charts in Germany in its first week of release. Also available is a seven-track limited edition digi-pack, including rare acoustic versions of “Salt In Our Wounds”, “In Joy and Sorrow” and “Pretending” as well as video versions of both title tracks.
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