CANDLEMASS Schedule CD-Release Party In Stockholm

Reunited Swedish doom legends CANDLEMASS will celebrate the release of their new self-titled album with a free hometown show on April 27 at O-Baren in Stockholm, Sweden. Doors open at 10:00 p.m. and the band will hit the stage at 11:00 p.m.

Due on May 2 via Nuclear Blast Records, "Candlemass" was recorded in part at Polar studios (ABBA, GENESIS, LED ZEPPELIN) in Stockholm, Sweden and is said to be musically similar to the group's classic "Tales of Creation" and "Nightfall" albums.

"Candlemass" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Enemy (intro)
02. Black Dwarf
03. Seven Silver Keys
04. Assassin of the Light
05. Copernicus
06. The Man Who Fell from the Sky
07. Witches
08. Born In A Tank
09. Spellbreaker
10. The Day and the Night
11. Mars and Volcanoes (digipack bonus track)

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