SARALEE: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

"Damnation to Salvation", the second album from the Finnish gothic metal band SARALEE, is being streamed in its entirety on the group's MySpace page.

Due in Finland on November 19 via Firebox Records, "Damnation to Salvation" will contain a bonus DVD featuring a "making-of" documentary of the new album and two music videos. A wider European release is expected in February 2009.

"Damnation to Salvation" track listing:

01. Scars
02. Forsaken
03. Sleeping In The Fire
04. Rescue Me
05. Crimson Sky
06. Catch The Moon
07. Nights (We're Living For)
08. Turning Point
09. Remains Of Carmen
10. Last Day Alive

CD and Slipcase CD+DVD (limited to 1,000 copies):

* "Making-of" Documentary
* "Dance" video
* "Scars" video

The CD-release concert will take place on November 20 ay Lutakko, Jyväskylä, Finland.


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