TYPE O NEGATIVE Adds Second Anaheim Show

TYPE O NEGATIVE has added a second show at the House of Blues in Anaheim, CA on January 22 to follow their previously announced gig at the venue on January 21. They will also perform at a private show on January 20 as part of NAMM. There are no other confirmed public dates at this time.

As previously reported, TYPE O NEGATIVE new album, entitled "Dead Again" (view cover at this location), is scheduled for release on the following dates:

March 13 - USA/Canada
March 16 - Germany
March 19 - Europe

The follow-up to 2003's "Life Is Killing Me" will include a guest appearance by LYCIA vocalist Tara VanFlower (MySpace page) and will contain the following track listing:

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01. Dead Again
02. Tripping a Blind Man
03. The Profits of Doom
04. September Sun
05. Halloween in Heaven
06. These Three Things
07. She Burned Me Down
08. Some Stupid Tomorrow
09. An Ode to Locksmiths
10. Hail and Farewell to Britain

Total Running Time: 77:35 minutes

The DVD version of TYPE O NEGATIVE's first home video release, "After Dark" — which features six of the band's promotional videos, intercut with interviews and funny behind-the-scenes goings-on — was certified gold in the United States by the Recording Industry Association of America.

TYPE O NEGATIVE, whose first LP, "Slow, Deep and Hard", was issued in 1991, fulfilled their contractual obligations to longtime label Roadrunner with the release of 2003's "Life Is Killing Me". That album debuted on The Billboard 200 chart at No. 39 in June 2003 after registering a first-week sales tally of 27,000 copies. TYPE O NEGATIVE's best-selling album to date is 1994's "Bloody Kisses", which has shifted around a million copies in the U.S.


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