THEATRE OF TRAGEDY Music Featured In 'Manhattan Chase' PC Game

November 15, 2005

Several THEATRE OF TRAGEDY songs from their 2000 album "Musique" have been included in the PC game "Manhattan Chase", which was officially released on October 7. The game is not available in all countries at the moment, but it is scheduled to be released in various parts of the world before the end of the year. The following songs are used in various sections of the game: "Fragment", "Retrospect", "Image", "Crash/Concrete", "The New Man", "Machine" and "City of Light". Wallpapers, screenshots, movies and demos (featuring THEATRE OF TRAGEDY's "Crash/Concrete") can be found at

As previously reported, THEATRE OF TRAGEDY recently completed the recordings for their sixth, as-yet-untitled album for a March 24, 2006 release via AFM Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Assembly" was produced by Rico Darum (ZEROMANCER, GOTHMINISTER, APOPTYGMA BERZERK) and will be mixed by Greg Reely (PARADISE LOST, FEAR FACTORY, SKINNY PUPPY, DELERIUM) in November/December.

THEATRE OF TRAGEDY's new album will be the group's first to feature singer Nell (THE CREST),who replaced Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull (currently in LEAVES' EYES) in early 2004. Download audio samples of two demo songs recorded last year: "Fade" (mp3),"Seven" (mp3).

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