Finland's LULLACRY have uploaded 30-second audio samples of all 10 tracks from their upcoming "Vol. 4" CD at Lullacry.com. Also available at the same location is guitarist Sami Vauhkonen's track-by-track breakdown of the songs on the album.
As previously reported, Century Media Records has set a September 19 European release date for "Vol. 4". The CD will be issued in Finland on September 7 via Spinefarm.
As previously reported, LULLACRY's new single, "Stranger in You", entered the Finnish single chart at position No. 16 upon its release in July. The title cut, which comes off "Vol. 4", is backed by a cover of KISS' "I Stole Your Love".
"Vol. 4" track listing:
01. Perfect Tonight
02. Love, Lust, Desire
03. Fire Within
04. Stranger in You
05. Heart Shaped Scars
06. Soul in Half
07. Killing Time
08. I Want You
09. King of Pain
LULLACRY issued a five-song EP, "Fire Within", in August 2004, featuring two new songs ("Fire Within" and "The #1 Rebel"), two remakes of classic LULLACRY tracks, as well as a cover version of W.A.S.P.'s "L.O.V.E. Machine".
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