Dutch female-fronted symphonic metal band WITHIN TEMPTATION has issued the following update:"Prior to our new album we already have a great preview for you! In co-operation with game developer Spellborn we have made a special game trailer. In this trailer you can see shots of 'The Chronicles of Spellborn' yet to be released. The music from 'The Howling' is already a first impression for the next album, of which we'll soon inform you more. Some of you probably already heard the song this summer, when we played it on a few festivals. You can see 'The Howling' exclusive and free of charge using the link below. You can also send this link to your friends, to inform them about us or Spellborn!" Check out the trailer at www.the-howling.com. WITHIN TEMPTATION was recently nominated in the "Best Rock Act" category at the TMF Awards, the Dutch equivalent of the MTV Awards. The band's latest album, "The Silent Force", was certified platinum Holland for sales in excess of 80,000 copies. THE CD has reportedly sold more than 600,000 copies worldwide. WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon den Adel and guitarist Robert Westerholt welcomed their first child, a daughter by the name of Luna, on December 7, 2005.
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