German gothic metallers CREMATORY will release their new album, "Infinity", in February 2010. The CD will include one song with German-language lyrics and a special cover version of DEPECHE MODE's "Black Celebration".
"Infinity" track listing:
01. Infinity (4:52)
02. Sense Of Time (5:46)
03. Out Of Mind (3:21)
04. Black Celebration (DEPECHE MODE cover) (4:56)
05. Never Look Back (4:11)
06. Broken Halo (4:19)
07. Where Are You Now (5:02)
08. A Story About... (4:52)
09. No One Knows (4:28)
10. Auf Der Flucht (4:35)
The "Infinity" title track is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page. It can also be heard below.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, CREMATORY will in February 2011 release a "greatest-hits" CD and DVD featuring all of the band's "hits," promotional videos and other bonus features.
"Pray", the 2008 album from CREMATORY, entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 64. The CD was produced by the band itself at the Kohlekeller Studios with additional assistance from longtime collaborator Christian "Kohle" Kohlmannslehner.
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