HIM: 'SWRMXS' Official Remix Album Coming In December

"SWRMXS", the official remix album of HIM's "Screamworks: Love In Theory and Practice", will be released on December 7. The LP — featuring HIM songs remixed by Tiesto, Morgan Page, Gavin Russom and more — will be available online on iTunes, Beatport and other digital retailers. The physical album will be available exclusively in stores at Hot Topic in the U.S.

"SWRMXS" track listing:

01. In Venere Veritas (Huoratron Remix)
02. In The Arms Of Rain (SALEM Remix)
03. The Foreboding Sense of Impending Happiness (Morgan Page Remix)
04. Ode to Solitude (Gavin Russom Remix)
05. Heartkiller (The Mercyfvcks Remix)
06. Love, The Hardest Way (Tiësto Remix)
07. Shatter Me With Hope (oOoOO Remix)
08. Dying Song (Jay Lamar & Jesse Oliver Remix)
09. Disarm Me (With Your Loneliness) (VV Remix)
10. Scared To Death (Diamond Cut Remix)
11. Acoustic Funeral / Like St. Valentine / Katherine Wheel (ÖÖ Megamix)

"Screamworks: Love In Theory And Practice" sold 26,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 25 on The Billboard 200 chart. Recorded at The Lair in Los Angeles, the CD was produced by Matt Squire (TAKING BACK SUNDAY, THE USED, SAOSIN) and mixed by Neal Avron (LINKIN PARK, WEEZER, FALL OUT BOY).

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"Screamworks: Love In Theory And Practice" is HIM's seventh studio album and the follow-up to 2007's "Venus Doom", which was nominated for a Grammy Award for "Best Boxed/Special Limited Edition Packaging". In 2007, HIM, which is Ville Valo (vocals), Mige (bass), Linde (guitar), Burton (keyboards), and Gas (drums), supported METALLICA in Europe before joining the LINKIN PARK-headlined Projekt Revolution tour across America, and headlined its own U.S. theater tour. The band's 2005 album, "Dark Light", has the distinction of being the first album by a Finnish band to be certified gold in the U.S.

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