FOR MY PAIN… To Release New Single In June

FOR MY PAIN…, the Finnish "gothic metal" band featuring Tuomas Holopainen (NIGHTWISH) on keyboards, Altti Veteläinen (ex-ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW) on bass, Lauri Tuohimaa (EMBRAZE) on guitar, Olli-Pekka Törrö (ex-ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW) on guitar, Juha Kylmänen (REFLEXION) on vocals, and Petri Sankala (ex-ETERNAL TEARS OF SORROW) on drums, have set a June 16 release date through Spinefarm Records for their new single, "Killing Romance". The CD, which was recorded at Tico Tico studio in Kemi, Finland, will contain two brand-new original songs plus an as-yet-undisclosed cover which the band promise "will be quite surprising in many ways."

"Killing Romance" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Killing Romance
02. [Undisclosed cover song]
03. Too Sad to Live

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