PAIN: New Single, Album Release Dates Announced

According to online CD vendor CDON.com, PAIN's new single, "Same Old Song", is scheduled for release on December 29, 2004. The group's new full-length album, "Dancing With the Dead", will surface on January 26, 2005.

As previously reported, a video for "Same Old Song" was scheduled to be shot with director Mikeadelica, who has previously worked with the group on the clips for "End Of The Line" and "Shut Your Mouth". Other songtitles set to appear on the album include "Don't Count Me Out", "Nothing", "Not Afraid To Die", "My Misery", "Dancing With the Dead", "Stay Away", "Third Wave", "The Table Has Turned", "Tear It Up", "Bye/Die" and "A Good Day To Die".

PAIN's last studio album, "Nothing Remains The Same", was released in 2002.

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