TACERE: 'Deep Tears Of Tragedy' Video Posted Online
Finnish female-fronted diverse melodic metal band TACERE has posted its video for the song "Deep Tears of Tragedy" at YouTube.com. The track comes off the group's debut album, "Beautiful Darkness", which is scheduled for release on February 14. A CD-release party will be held at the Finnish Metal Expo 2007 on Saturday, February 17 at Kaapelitehdas in Helsinki.
"Beautiful Darkness" track listing:
01. Deep Tears of Tragedy (5:00)
02. I Devour (3:44)
03. Excursion (4:10)
04. Black Roses (3:56)
05. A voice in the Dark (6:07)
06. Foes of the Sun (3:54)
07. Phantasm (4:07)
08. Born of the Ground (5:00)
09. Bitter, Regressive (3:19)
10. Beyond Silence (0:36)
11. Beautiful Darkness (5:03)
12. Into your Dreams (4:59)
The TACERE songs "Deep Tears of Tragedy" and "A Voice in the Dark" will also be available as karaoke versions on the next installment of the very popular "Heavy Karaoke" DVD series (called "Hevikaraoke Basement Tapes"), which will be released February 16 at the Finnish Metal Expo.
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