PAIN To Release BEATLES Cover As Next Single

June 5, 2002

Sweden's PAIN, the brainchild of HYPOCRISY mainman Peter Tägtgren, will be issuing a new single, "Eleanor Rigby", on June 24th through Stockholm Records. The title song, a "brutal" remake of the BEATLES cut featuring a full orchestra, is a different version to the one that appears on the group's current album, Nothing Remains The Same, containing several newly-recorded parts and having been fully remixed by Tägtgren.

In other news, PAIN's clip for the track "Shut Your Mouth" is currently the fifth most-played video on the main Russian music TV channel, MUZ TV. Meanwhile, Motor Music in Germany will announce a special edition release of PAIN's last album, Rebirth, during the summer.

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