CANDLEMASS: Live Album Track Listing Unveiled

The reunited classic line-up of CANDLEMASS — vocalist Messiah Marcolin, bassist/founder Leif Edling, guitarist Mats "Mappe" Björkman, lead guitarist Lars Johansson and drummer Jan Lindh — will release a double live album, titled "Doomed For Live - Reunion 2002", on Jan. 20, 2003 through GMR Music Group.

The set, which contains a recording of the band's performance at Stockholm's Klubben on August 31, 2002 — will include the following track listing:

CD 1:
01. Mirror Mirror
02. Bewitched /
03. Dark Are The Veils Of Death
04. Demons Gate
05. Under The Oak
06. At The Gallows End
07. Samarithan
08. Dark Reflections
09. Mourners Lament /
10. Black Stone Wielder

CD 2:
01. Well Of Souls
02. A Sorcerers Pledge
03. Bearer Of Pain /
04. Ancient Dreams /
05. Somewhere In Nowhere
06. Solitude
07. Crystal Ball

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