Swedish thrashers THE HAUNTED have announced the winner of their "Album Title" competition. "The winning contribution is 'Subliminal Messages of Suicide Promotion' and was submitted by Conner Tadena," the band write on their web site. "He will receive some HAUNTED goodies in the mail. Unfortunately, the winning title will not be used as the title for the next CD, but might be considered for other band-related purposes. THE HAUNTED would like to thank everybody who contributed in the competition."THE HAUNTED are currently at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg recording their fourth full-length album, tentatively due late summer through an as-yet-undetermined label. The group, who were recently rejoined by original vocalist Peter Dolving (MARY BEATS JANE, THE PETER DOLVING BAND) following the departure of Marco Aro, recorded a pre-production tape of four new songs in Janaury for shopping purposes. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Almost Alive", "99", "Who Will Decide" and "Burnt To A Shell". THE HAUNTED, who are expected to spend five weeks in the studio recording and mixing their new album, fulfilled their contractual obligations to Earache Records with the release of 2003's "One Kill Wonder".
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