H.I.M.: Video Interview With VILLE VALO Available

Germany's Sonic Seducer magazine conducted an interview with H.I.M. frontman Ville Valo at the end of May in Los Angeles during the mixing sessions for the band's new album, "Venus Doom". Watch the interview in two parts below.

Fan-filmed video footage of H.I.M. performing its new single, "Kiss of Dawn", live at VK Club in Brussels, Belgium on July 7, 2007 has been posted at this location.

"Kiss of Dawn" is the first single off H.I.M.'s new album, "Venus Doom", due in North America on September 18 via Sire. The CD was recorded with producer Tim Palmer (U2, SWITCHFOOT, HOT HOT HEAT) and co-producer Hiili Hiilesmaa at Finnvox Studios in Finland.

With "Venus Doom", the band's sixth album, H.I.M. fans can anticipate a decisively heavier sound, influenced by BLACK SABBATH, old-school METALLICA and SOUNDGARDEN, among others.

Interview Part 1


Interview Part 2

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