TIAMAT guitarist Thomas Petterson recently told www.clonemetal.dk that the group's first single off their forthcoming Judas Christ CD, entitled Vote For Love, was intentionally written as the band's most radio-friendly and accessible song to date, but not for commercial reasons. According to Petterson, the band realized in the days after September 11th that if the world were to come to an end, then TIAMAT's musical legacy would be very dark, sad and depressing. So the group wrote the lyrics to "Vote for Love" and composed what is easily the most pop-flavored track TIAMAT have yet recorded. As previously reported, the Vote For Love single is due to be released on January 28th through Century Media Records.
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