THE HAUNTED: 'One Kill Wonder' Reissue To Surface In April
A limited-edition reissue of THE HAUNTED's "One Kill Wonder" CD will reportedly surface in North America on April 20 through Earache Records. The disc will feature all the songs contained on the original album plus the following three bonus cuts:
03. Well Of Souls (CANDLEMASS cover)
* Recorded during the "One Kill Wonder" sessions
As previously reported, THE HAUNTED have spent the past couple of weeks at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden recording their fourth full-length album, tentatively due late summer through an as-yet-undetermined label. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Almost Alive", "99", "Who Will Decide?" (featuring a guest appearance by SICK OF IT ALL singer Lou Koller) and "Burnt To A Shell".
The Swedish thrashers, who were recently rejoined by original vocalist Peter Dolving (MARY BEATS JANE, THE PETER DOLVING BAND), are currently unsigned, having fulfilled their contractual obligations to Earache Records with the release of "One Kill Wonder".
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