TYPE O NEGATIVE: 'Life Is Killing Me' Tentative Track Listing Revealed

March 21, 2003

TYPE O NEGATIVE have set the tentative track listing for their upcoming CD, "Life Is Killing Me", due this summer through Roadrunner Records.

The album, which was recorded at Brooklyn, New York's Systems 2 studios under the watchful eye of keyboardist Josh Silver, will contain the following cuts (in no particular order):

01. I Don't Wanna Be Me
02. A Dish Served Better Cold
03. Electrocute
04. Why Don't You Love Me?
05. Valentine's Day
06. If You Don't Kill Me
07. I Like Girls
08. Anesthesia
09. Less Than Zero
10. Above All Things
11. Nettie
12. Life Is Killing Me
13. Hedwig and the Angry Inch

TYPE O NEGATIVE will embark on a European tour in June.

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