WORMFOOD's Cover Of TYPE O NEGATIVE's 'Christian Woman' Posted Online

French decadent metallers WORMFOODhave posted their previously unreleased cover version of TYPE O NEGATIVE's "Christian Woman" on YouTube (see clip below). Recorded in 2005, the song was originally supposed to be used as a bonus track for the Japanese version of WORMFOOD's "France" album.

WORMFOOD's latest album, "Posthume", was released on January 7 via MalaFortuna/Season Of Mist. According to a press release, the album "comes like the best gift for your ex-girlfriend. It [contains] eight tracks in the vein of TYPE O NEGATIVE, ANGE and PARADISE LOST, including a cover of STEPHAN EICHER's 'Des Hauts et des Bas', and features guest appearance by Paul Bento (CARNIVORE, TYPE O NEGATIVE) on sitar and electronic tempura."

"Posthume" was recorded at the Walnut Groove Studio with producer Axel Wursthorn (ex-CARNIVAL IN COAL), who in 2007 joined WORMFOOD as the group's keyboardist and arranger.

WORMFOOD last year announced the addition of keyboardist Pierre Le Pape (EMBRYONIC CELLS, KIM'S OVER SILENCE) to the group's ranks.

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The band's current lineup is as follows:

* Renaud Fauconnier (BORGIA / ABSTRUSA UNDE / KETELO TROPO / PSY K TRIP): Guitar
* Vincent Liard (LONAH / DESERT ORANGE): Bass
* Thomas Jacquelin: Drums
* Pierre Le Pape (EMBRYONIC CELLS, KIM'S OVER SILENCE): Keyboards
* Emmanuel "El Worm" Levy (ex-CARNIVAL IN COAL): Vocals, Guitar

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