CHILDREN OF BODOM To Release 'Best Of' CD In Japan
Finland's CHILDREN OF BODOM recently entered keyboardist Janne Warman's Beyond Abilities studio to record a bonus track for the forthcoming "Best Of " album, to be released exclusively in Japan through Toy's Factory Records. "The Japanese record label, for the first three [CHILDREN OF BODOM] albums, wanted to come out with a special album due to the expiration of [the band's] record deal [with the company]," reads a post on the group's web site. "[The] name of the album, track listing and street date [will be announced] later."
As previously reported, CHILDREN OF BODOM's latest CD, "Hate Crew Deathroll", will receive its long-overdue U.S. release on September 23 through Century Media Records. The group, who recently parted ways with rhythm guitarist Alexander "Aku" Kuoppala, will team up with DIMMU BORGIR, NEVERMORE and HYPOCRISY for a North American tour in November.
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