TYPE O NEGATIVE: The Video Interview

A 12-minute video interview with TYPE O NEGATIVE frontman Peter Steele and drummer Johnny Kelly (courtesy of Metal Online) has been posted at this location.

In other news, TYPE O NEGATIVE have revised the track listing for their upcoming CD, "Life Is Killing Me", due on June 17 through Roadrunner Records.

The revised track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Thir13teen (formerly "Uncle Freddy Died?")
02. I Don't Wanna Be Me
03. Less Than Zero (<0)
04. Todd's Ship Gods (Above All Things)
05. I Like Goils
06. ...A Dish Better Served Coldly
07. How Could She?
08. Life Is Killing Me
09. Nettie
10. (We Were) Electrocute
11. IYDKMIGTHTKY (Gimme That)
12. Angry Inch
13. Anesthesia
14. Drunk In Paris (formerly "Loud And Queer")
15. The Dream Is Dead

Backing vocals on "I Like Goils" were provided by ex-TYPE O NEGATIVE drummer Sal Abruscato, who played with the group on their "Slow, Deep And Hard" and "The Origin Of The Feces" releases.

(Thanks: Metal Online)

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