NEMHAIN To Guest On 'Total Rock' Radio This Sunday
NEMHAIN, the UK-based band featuring AT THE GATES/ex-CRADLE OF FILTH drummer Adrian Erlandsson and his wife, Morrigan Hel (a.k.a. Amber England), will guest on Total Rock radio this Sunday, October 5. The group says, "We will play a couple of full, never-heard-before songs from the [recently completed NEMHAIN] debut and share some other mayhem and tales of chaos from the NEMHAIN world. More news shortly about the broadcast times!!!"
NEMHAIN recently posted a new song "Clear My Eyes" on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's debut album, entitled "From the Ashes", which was recorded and mixed over a three-week period in April at Studio Fredman in Hyssna, Sweden.
The track listing is as follows (not final):
02. Clear My Eyes
03. Dirty Weekend
04. From the Ashes
05. Girls Like Honey
06. Heroin Child
07. Jane Doe
08. Mr. Bronson
09. Never Dies
11. Second Skin
12. Speed Queen
13. The Filth And The Fury
NEMHAIN performing the song "Speed Queen" live in November 2007:
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