LULLACRY Record New Single/EP
Finland's LULLACRY have recorded several new tracks at Astia Studios in Lappeenranta, Finland for inclusion on an upcoming single or EP, due later in the year through Spinefarm Records. Produced by Kippo and main songwriter Sami Vauhkonen, the recordings contain "some kick-ass rockin' heavy metal" and will be mixed at Finnvox Studios with Mikko Karmila.
As previously reported, LULLACRY have set "Killer" as the working title of their forthcoming full-length album, tentatively due in January 2005.
The follow-up to 2003's "Crucify My Heart" will contain the following tracks, among others:
02. Fire Within
03. The Stranger In You
04. The No. 1 Rebel
05. Close Your Eyes
06. Killing Time
07. King Of Pain
09. You Are The One
LULLACRY have been officially confirmed as the support band for NIGHTWISH's first-ever tour of North America, which is set to take place in late August/early September.
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