KALMAH: New Album Samples Posted Online

Finland's KALMAH have uploaded audio samples of several tracks from their new album, entitled "The Black Waltz", at their official web site. Check out the songs "The Groan of Wind", "Defeat", "Bitter Metallic Side" and "The Black Waltz" at Kalmah.com.

"The Black Waltz" is scheduled for release on February 22 through Spinefarm Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Swampsong" will contain the following ten tracks (in no specific order):

01. Bitter Metallic Side
02. Defeat
03. The Groan of Wind
04. One from the Stands
05. The Black Waltz
06. With Terminal Intensity
07. To the Gallows
08. Time Takes Us All
09. Mindrust
10. Man of the King

A bonus cover track was also laid down during the sessions and will be included on various releases.

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KALMAH in 2004 announced the addition of keyboardist Marco Sneck (POISONBLACK) to the group's ranks. The group's current lineup is as follows:

Pekka Kokko - Guitar, Vocals
Antti Kokko - Lead Guitar
Janne Kusmin - Drums
Timo Lehtinen - Bass
Marko Sneck - Keyboards

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