TIAMAT Finalize Album, Single Track Listing
Sweden's TIAMAT have set the final track listing for their upcoming Judas Christ CD, which is scheduled to be issued in Europe on February 18th through Century Media Records. It is as follows:
01. The Return Of The Son Of Nothing
02. So Much For Suicide
03. Vote For Love
04. The Truth´s For Sale
(tropic of venus)
06. Sumer By Night
07. Love Is As Good As Soma
(tropic of capricorn)
08. Angel Holograms
10. I Am In Love With Myself
11. Heaven Of High
12. Too Far Gone
TIAMAT will be issuing a single in Europe on January 28th containing the following tracks:
01. Vote For Love (edit version)
02. So Much For Suicide (album version)
03. Cold Last Supper (non-album track)
04. Brighter Than The Sun (video clip enhancement)
As previously reported, Judas Christ was produced by acclaimed Danish producer Lars Nissen at Copenhagen's Puk Studios, and was mixed at the Sun facility. TIAMAT will be embarking on a European tour during March/April with Portugal's MOONSPELL and another as-yet-undisclosed act.
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