SWALLOW THE SUN Enter Finnish Album Chart At No. 8

Finnish melodic death/doom metallers SWALLOW THE SUN have entered the official Finnish album chart at position No. 8 with their second album, "Ghosts of Loss" (Firebox Records). View the entire chart at this location. Two different versions of the CD are available; a standard release and a special two-CD version featuring the stylish video "Descending Winters" as well as live footage from the band's April 23, 2005 gig in Lahti ("Swallow" and "Deadly Nightshade") and December 17, 2004 concert in Lutakko ("Through Her Silvery Body" and "Psychopath's Lair"). Several stills from the "Descending Winters" video have been added to the "Media" section of the band's web site.

SWALLOW THE SUN in April entered the Finnish single chart at position No. 4 with their latest single, "Forgive Her". In addition to the nine-minute title track, the single features a cover version of the CANDLEMASS classic "Solitude", with Magister Albert from REVEREND BIZARRE on vocals.


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