WARMEN: New Album Details Revealed

According to a post at Scythes-Of-Bodom.com, WARMEN — the solo project of CHILDREN OF BODOM keyboardist Janne Wirman — will release their third full-length album, "Accept the Fact", on July 6 via Spinefarm Records. A single, "Somebody's Watching Me", will precede the album on June 8 and will include a non-album cut, "Faithful Eyes". The follow-up to 2002's "Beyond Abilities" includes guest appearances by CHILDREN OF BODOM frontman Alexi Laiho and STRATOVARIUS singer Timo Kotipelto.

"Accept the Fact" track listing:

01. Accept the Fact
02. Invisible Power
03. Watersof Lethe
04. Roppongi Rumble
05. They All Blame Me
06. Puppet
07. Lying Delilah
08. Return of Salieri
09. Somebody's Watching Me

Check out the cover artwork for the single and the album at Scythes-Of-Bodom.com.

WARMEN had previously released two albums: "Unknown Soldier" (2001) and "Beyond Abilities" (2002). Both albums included a host of guest musicians, including Kotipelto and SINERGY frontwoman Kimberly Goss.


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