H.I.M. To Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary With DVD Release

August 18, 2004

Finnish goth-metallers H.I.M. will celebrate their 10-year anniversary with the release of a longform DVD in October. The disc will reportedly include all 14 promotional videos the group have shot thus far, plus "making of" footage, videos featuring MTV skate legend Bam Margera ("Jackass", "Viva La Bam"),and interview material. More information will be made available soon.

H.I.M. are currently in negotiations with several major record labels about signing a new deal following the expiration of their previous agreement with BMG. The group's final release for BMG was a "best of" collection, "And Love Said No - The Greatest Hits 1997-2004", featuring H.I.M.'s cover of NEIL DIAMOND's "Solitary Man" and a new track entitled "And Love Said No".

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