MALICE IN WONDERLAND To Release Debut Album This Month

Norwegian dark/glam rock act MALICE IN WONDERLAND have set a June 27 release date via Karisma/Dark Essence Records for their self-titled debut album. According to a press release, "the band gets most of their inspiration from the '80s and they certainly aren't afraid of using a cliché for what it's worth. The album's 10 songs show every side of the band, from classic hard rock to more experimental pieces."

"Malice In Wonderland" track listing:

01. Lucifer's Town
02. Devil Dance
03. My Heart (Belongs To You)
04. Perfect Drug
05. In the End
06. Heartache Boulevard
07. Red Rose Suicide
08. Dancing With You
09. Nightclub, Sin & Decadence
10. I Love to Sin

Four of the album's tracks are available for listening on the band's MySpace.com page.

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