KING DIAMOND: 'The Puppet Master' Preview Available Online

September 24, 2003

A five song preview of the forthcoming KING DIAMOND CD, "The Puppet Master", has been posted online at this location (Macromedia Flash required). The songs available for listening are "The Ritual", "Blue Eyes", "Emerencia", "Magic" and "The Puppet Master".

Due on October 21 through Metal Blade Records, "The Puppet Master" album (view cover here) will contain a bonus disc of frontman/namesake King Diamond telling the story of "The Puppet Master" in full make-up. Massacre Records (King's European label) will also release "The Puppet Master" on regular vinyl and as a picture-disc LP. A North American tour with ENTOMBED, NOCTURNE, and SINGLE BULLET THEORY will kick off on October 18 in Los Angeles, California.

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