Holland's WITHIN TEMPTATION have set an October 25 release date for their new single, "Stand My Ground"."Stand My Ground" is the first single off their upcoming album, "The Silent Force", due later in the year. A video for "Stand My Ground" was shot on the roof of an old brewery in Berlin, Germany last week. "The band performed their song for a whole (very cold) night," reads a posting on the group's web site. "By the sunrise of the next morning everybody went tired but happy back to the hotel in order to catch some sleep." As previously reported, "The Silent Force" will be released in three formats: a limited digibook version with a DVD bonus, a regular jewel case version, and a version without the booklet, at a special price. WITHIN TEMPTATION will introduce their new album with a special performace at Le Batlaclan in Paris, France on November 8, 2004. This show will be filmed and will be broadcast live in several theaters around Europe.
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