TYPE O NEGATIVE: New Demo Track Listing Revealed

TYPE O NEGATIVE's recently-completed nine-song demo for their upcoming, as-yet-untitled studio album, which is tentatively due to be released through Roadrunner Records on October 29th, contains the following track listing (all working titles):

01. Nettie (4:58)
02. I Like Girls (2:49)
03. Valentine's Day (5:07)
04. I Need Love (7:03)
05. Anesthesia (5:39)
06. Why Won't You Love Me (7:11)
07. no title (7:05)
08. Above All Things (4:06)
09. Life Is Killing Me (9:06)

In other news, a high-quality 43-second clip of TYPE O NEGATIVE's cover of DEEP PURPLE's "Highway Star", taken from the upcoming NASCAR-sponsored Crank It Up compilation (due through MCA Records on May 21st), can be downloaded from this location (and just to clear up any misconceptions, frontman Peter Steele sings the verses and guitarist Kenny Hickey sings the chorus).


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