Firebox Records has set an August 24 European release date for as-yet-untitled second album from Finnish melodic death/doom metallers SWALLOW THE SUN. A single, "Forgive Her", will be released on April 13 exclusively in Finland. 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. Two different versions of the album will be available; a standard release and a special two-CD version featuring the stylish video "Descending Winters" as well as possible live footage.
SWALLOW THE SUN second album track listing:
01. The Giant (11:55)
02. Descending Winters (6:11)
03. Psychopath's Lair (5:51)
04. Forgive Her (9:02)
05. Fragile (7:12)
06. Ghost Of Laura Palmer (8:07)
07. Gloom, Beauty And Despair (8:45)
08. The Ship (8:55)
Total: 65:59 min
SWALLOW THE SUN will tour Finland when the album is released. A fall Scandinavian tour is also likely.
Upcoming SWALLOW THE SUN shows:
Apr. 23 - Judgment Night X, Finlandia-klubi – Lahti, FIN
Aug. 11 - Henry's Pub – Kuopio, FIN
Aug. 12 – Klubi – Turku, FIN
Aug. 19 – Jalometalli @ Kuusisaari – Oulu, FIN
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