TYPE O NEGATIVE: Unauthorized Biography On The Way?

TYPE O NEGATIVE will reportedly be the subject of a new book by Dean Mason of The Lonely Ghost Project called "Erotic Funeral: Type O Negative Unauthorized". Described as "a unique story of a unique band from Brooklyn who have rewritten some of the rules — and have earned a few gold records in the process," the book is expected to be published by spring/summer 2005. For more information, click here.

As BLABBERMOUTH.NET first revealed on May 13, TYPE O NEGATIVE have officially signed a multi-album worldwide record deal with the SPV/Steamhammer label. The band are currently recording a cover of "Evil Ways" by SANTANA for an upcoming tribute to the science fiction/fantasy writer Neil Gaiman. No further information is presently available.

(Thanks: Toronto-Goth.com)


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