LORDI To Appear In 'Deliverance, A New World' Role-Playing Game?

According to a report that was published in this past Friday's (June 6) edition of Massachusetts' The Republican, Finnish monster hard rockers LORDI have struck up an agreement with Kahriptic Knights Publishing for characters from the band to appear in the upcoming tabletop role-playing game similar to "Dungeons & Dragons" called "Deliverance, a New World". No further details are currently available.

LORDI has entered the studio to record the follow-up to "The Arockalypse". The recordings should be finished by summer, with the new album due out later this year.

The End Records re-released LORDI's 2002 debut album "Get Heavy" in May. The reissue comes with the exclusive bonus track "Don't Let My Mother Know".

(Thanks: Lord of Noise)


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