SWALLOW THE SUN Get The Ballet Treatment

Finnish melodic death/doom metallers SWALLOW THE SUN will have their song "Hold This Woe" used by the New York ballet group Ballet Deviare as part of their performance. The opening night for the ballet is December 18, 2004. More information is available at BalletDeviare.org.

SWALLOW THE SUN's debut album, "The Morning Never Came", will be released in the U.S. in early 2005 through Olympic Recordings/Century Media Records. The American version of the CD will include a bonus track, a cover of the CANDLEMASS classic "Solitude", featuring vocals by REVEREND BIZARRE's Albert Magus.

The album, which was issued in Europe in November 2003 through Firebox Records, was recorded at Sam's Workshop with producer Sami Kokko. Download a clip of the track "Under the Waves" in MP3 format at this location.


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