KATATONIA: Complete New Album Details Revealed; Audio Sample Available

Sweden's KATATONIA have set "The Great Cold Distance" as the title of their seventh full-length album, due on March 13, 2006 via Peaceville Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Viva Emptiness" was recorded at Fascination Street studios in the outskirts of Örebro, Sweden and was mastered at the Cutting Room in Stockholm.

"The Great Cold Distance" track listing:

01. Leaders
02. Deliberation
03. Soil's Song
04. My Twin
05. Consternation
06. Follower
07. Rusted
08. Increase
09. July
10. In The White
11. The Itch
12. Journey Through Pressure

A single, "My Twin", will precede the album on February 13. The single, which will be available for paid download on February 6, will feature the following track listing:

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01. My Twin (Single Edit)
02. My Twin (Opium Dub)
03. Displaced
04. Dissolving Bonds

Download an audio sample of "My Twin" and view the album/single artwork (plus new band photo) at www.katatonia.com.

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