After landing on the heavy metal import chart in Japan with its debut album "Beautiful Darkness", the dual-fronted (male and female) Finnish melodic metal group TACERE has finally signed a deal to get the CD officially released in Japan and Asia. "Beautiful Darkness" will be released in Japan on October 24, 2007 through Marquee/Avalon, and it will include two exclusive bonus tracks.
"Beautiful Darkness" was released in all Scandinavian countries except Finland on March 7 via Bonnier Amigo Music Group. The CD was issued in Finland on February 14.
TACERE's video for the song "Deep Tears of Tragedy" can be viewed below.
The TACERE songs "Deep Tears of Tragedy" and "A Voice in the Dark" are available as karaoke versions on the recent installment of the very popular "Heavy Karaoke" DVD series (called "Hevikaraoke Basement Tapes"), which was released February 16 at the Finnish Metal Expo.
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