KILL THE ROMANCE To Release 'Take Another Life' In April

Finnish melodic death metal band KILL THE ROMANCE will release its debut album, "Take Another Life", on April 24 via Locomotive Music.

KILL THE ROMANCEMika Tanttu, Ville Hovi, Tomi Luoma, Antti Kakkonen and Raimo Posti — gathered up its various influences from a host of previous projects that traversed such ground as death metal, thrash, traditional and power to coalesce in what has become "Take Another Life", a lesson in pure modern metal.

There's a reason KILL THE ROMANCE was chosen from a 150-band lot to perform at the prestigious Finnish Metal Expo, where they slayed so profoundly that gigs at Tuska Open Air, Nummirock and Wacken Open Air fests opened up to them.

"Take Another Life" track listing:

01. I'm Alive
02. Prey
03. Ghost White Coma
04. Inner Cell
05. Trespasser
06. Friend
07. Pulse Of Negative
08. Breath
09. Worldwide Destruction
10. My Sweetest Enemy
11. Dark With Water

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