LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE: New Album Pre-Orders To Include Link To Exclusive Track

If you order LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE's new single, "Again It's Over", or pre-order the German gothic rockers' new ablum, "Filthy Notes for Frozen Hearts", via Amazon, you will get the link to a free download of a new acoustic/unplugged version of one of the songs. Just send the confirmation mail to [email protected] More information is available at

LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE's seventh album, "Filthy Notes for Frozen Hearts" is scheduled for release on July 7 via Napalm Records. The CD was produced by John Fryer (H.I.M., PARADISE LOST, NINE INCH NAILS, DEPECHE MODE). The six-track mini-CD jewel-case edition of the "Filthy Notes for Frozen Hearts" single includes three non-album tracks. A video for "Again It's Over" was recently filmed and can be viewed at this location (Windows Media).


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