PAIN: New Album Due In January

PAIN mainman Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY) has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"A few words on the progress of the new album. I know it's been a while, but now I'm in the final stages of mixing and will be mastering in a couple of weeks. I've decided the first single will be a track called 'Same Old Song'. Probably one of my most epic songs so far, and the lyrics are about... well, all the business bullshit that's been going on for this record.

"Anyway, fuck that — the album is as good as finished and it's a killer fucking album.

"The first video will be done by Mikeadelica and out in Sweden mid-November. The album will be out late January. Also — for those of you around Scandinavia, I'm planning to take my new band on the road for a set of Swedish dates around the album release!"


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