KATATONIA: New Single To Feature Exclusive Bonus Material

April 3, 2006

Sweden's KATATONIA have selected the track "Deliberation" as the second single from their new album, "The Great Cold Distance". Due on May 15, the single will also include two new exclusive tracks: a complete remake of "In the White", now stripped down with acoustic guitars in a contemporary approach for a true urban lullaby sound; and a previously unreleased song from "The Great Cold Distance" sessions entitled "Code Against the Code". Furthermore, a video for "Deliberation" was once again shot and directed by Charlie Granberg and will accompany by the single. According to a posting on the band's web site, "The direction of the clip takes a more abstract turn this time, so be sure to expect a dark mixture of reality and animation."

"Deliberation" single track listing:

01. Deliberation
02. In The White (urban dub)
03. Code Against the Code
04. Deliberation (video)

As previously reported, KATATONIA's video for their new single, "My Twin", has been posted online at this location. It was also included as a bonus feature on the box edition of the group's new full-length album, "The Great Cold Distance".

The follow-up to 2003's "Viva Emptiness", "The Great Cold Distance" was recorded at Fascination Street studios in the outskirts of Örebro, Sweden and was mastered at the Cutting Room in Stockholm.

KATATONIA will be undertaking "The Great Cold Spring Tour 2006" with special guests NOVEMBRE beginning late April.

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