KATATONIA Tribute Album Planned For December Release

Germany's Northern Silence Productions have announced plans to release a KATATONIA tribute album in December 2005 featuring covers of songs from the group's early era. Several bands have already confirmed their participation in the album and "the covers we received so far are excellent," Torsten of Northern Silence said in a statement.

Northern Silence Productions are currently looking for acts who are interested in taking part in the project, entitled "December Songs". "Every band who's been influenced by early KATATONIA and who wants to pay tribute to the best band in the world is welcome to get in touch with Northern Silence Productions for further information," Torsten said.

For more details on how to contact Northern Silence Productions, visit their web site.

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