KATATONIA: 'Tonight's Decision', 'Last Fair Deal Gone Down' Vinyl Editions Available

Sweden's KATATONIA have made limited-edition, double gatefold, 180-gram heavyweight vinyl versions of their "Tonight's Decision" and "Last Fair Deal Gone Down" albums available. Limited to 1,500 numbered copies, the details for the two releases are as follows:

"Tonight's Decision"

Side A

01. For My Demons (5.47)
02. I Am Nothing (4.37)
03. In Death, A Song (4.51)

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Side B

04. Had To (Leave) (6.03)
05. This Punishment (2.46)
06. Right Into The Bliss (5.04)

Side C

07. No Good Can Come Of This (4.24)
08. Strained (4.15)
09. A Darkness Coming (5.01)

Side D

10. Nightmares By The Sea (4.15)
11. Black Session (7.01)
12. No Devotion * (4.48)
13. Fractured * (5.52)

* Bonus tracks

"Last Fair Deal Gone Down"

Side A:

01. Dispossession (5.37)
02. Chrome (5.14)
03. We Must Bury You (2.56)
04. Teargas (3.23)

Side B

05. I Transpire (5.56)
06. Tonight’s Music (4.20)
07. Clean Today (4.23)
08. The Future Of Speech (5.40)

Side C

09. Passing Bird (3.38)
10. Sweet Nurse (3.57)
11. Don’t Tell A Soul (5.44)

Side D

12. Sulfur * (6.23)
13. March 4 * (3.53)
14. Help Me Disappear * (5.44)

* Bonus track

Fan-filmed video footage of KATATONIA's November 30, 2007 performance at Sala Preoteasa in Bucharest, Romania can be viewed below.

KATATONIA's live performance from last year's Summer Breeze open-air festival in Germany was released as a double-disc live album/DVD, entitled "Live Consternation", on May 28. The "super jewelcase" packaging features both the audio on CD and the show on DVD (including both 2.0 and 5.1 versions). The artwork was once again designed by Travis Smith and closes the visual concept for "The Great Cold Distance" phase.

KATATONIA's video for the song "July", shot and directed by Charlie Granberg, has been posted online at YouTube.

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