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Dude, the album is called The Satanist (which we talked about earlier this week) and it's inspired by kicking cancer square in the nuts. Can there be a more badass premise for a record? This sounds absolutely terrifying in the best way possible. Is Nergal about the uneash the fury of a thousand suns upon our …

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Video footage of Finnish female-fronted heavy rockers LULLACRY performing acoustic versions of three songs — “Thousand Suns”, “Broken (Into Pieces)” and “Feel My Revenge” — in 2012 can be seen below.

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According to The Pulse Of Radio, LINKIN PARK singer Chester Bennington appears to have admitted that the band went too far with the experimental, heavily electronic sound of its last album, “A Thousand Suns”.

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Finnish symphonic gothic metal band Lullacry posted a track-by-track interview video for the band’s fifth release “Where Angels Fear.” The album is scheduled for release worldwide in March 2012 through the band’s own label OUTO Recordings.

The track listing for “Where Angels Fear” is as follows:

1. Antidote to You
2. Still An Angel
3. Thousand Suns
4. Feel My Revenge
5. Bad Blood
6. All Behind
7. Gone Are the Days
8. I Am
9. Broken (Into Pieces)
10. Where Angels Fear
11. Stay
12. Love & War

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Finnish symphonic gothic metal band Lullacry posted a new music video for “Bad Blood,” the first single from the band’s fifth release “Where Angels Fear.” The album is scheduled for release worldwide in March 2012 through the band’s own label OUTO Recordings.

The track listing for “Where Angels Fear” is as follows:

1. Antidote to You
2. Still An Angel
3. Thousand Suns
4. Feel My Revenge
5. Bad Blood
6. All Behind
7. Gone Are the Days
8. I Am
9. Broken (Into Pieces)
10. Where Angels Fear
11. Stay
12. Love & War

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Lullacry has posted a teaser trailer online for the upcoming album “Where Angels Fear,” which can be viewed below.

The track listing for “Where Angels Fear” is as follows:

1. Antidote to You
2. Still An Angel
3. Thousand Suns
4. Feel My Revenge
5. Bad Blood
6. All Behind
7. Gone Are the Days
8. I Am
9. Broken (Into Pieces)
10. Where Angels Fear
11. Stay
12. Love & War

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Finnish symphonic gothic metal band Lullacry announced details of the band’s fifth release and first in seven years. The album is entitled “Where Angels Fear,” and it will be released worldwide in March 2012 through the band’s own label OUTO Recordings. The album, which marks the first since the 2005 release “Vol. 4,” was produced by Mikko Herranen (ex-vocalist for Misery, Inc.), who also sings a duet with vocalist Tanja Lainio on the track “Feel My Revenge.”

The first single from the album is called “Bad Blood,” which will be released digitally on February 6, 2012. The song is also streaming in the player below.

Guitarist Sami Leppikangas had the following comments on the release: “Yes it sure has taken a lot of time and many things have happened. Last year has probably been the best we’ve had in Lullacry, at least when it comes to vibes. And you can hear that in the album. For the first time we made songs without thinking that now we have to do a gothballad or a rocksong. We just did things more spontaneusly and it led to an album that is a lot more dark, ambitious and multi-dimensional than it’s predecessors. We also paid a lot more attention on lyrics and the production was organic which made the sounds more dynamic on Where Angels Fear. It will be awesome to go and play these new tunes to people, we’ve really waited this for long.”

The track listing for “Where Angels Fear” is as follows:

1. Antidote to You
2. Still An Angel
3. Thousand Suns
4. Feel My Revenge
5. Bad Blood
6. All Behind
7. Gone Are the Days
8. I Am
9. Broken (Into Pieces)
10. Where Angels Fear
11. Stay
12. Love & War

Check out “Bad Blood” here:

Bad Blood (from album Where Angels Fear) by LULLACRY

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Pop Evil’s new album ‘War of Angels‘ has debuted at No. 43 on this weeks Billboard Top 200 Chart. The album is No. 1 on the Top Hard Music Chart with 9,300 copies sold.

Other albums in the Top 200 include:

No. 26 David Cook – ‘This Loud Morning
No. 47 Foo Fighters – ‘Wasting Light
No. 54 Eddie Vedder – ‘Ukulele Songs
No. 55 Various Artists – ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon Soundtrack
No. 56 Limp Bizkit – ‘Gold Cobra
No. 60 Kid Rock – ‘Born Free
No. 63 Seether – ‘Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
No. 95 Rise Against – ‘Endgame
No. 110 Skillet – ‘Awake
No. 138 Aaron Lewis – ‘Town Line
No. 139 Avenged Sevenfold – ‘Nightmare
No. 175 Nickelback – ‘Dark Horse
No. 178 Motley Crue – ‘Greatest Hits
No. 182 Foo Fighters – ‘Greatest Hits
No. 188 Guns N’ Roses – ‘Greatest Hits
No. 197 Linkin Park – ‘A Thousand Suns
No. 200 Kid Rock – ‘Rock N’ Roll Jesus

Sales fell 16% from last week and are up 2% from the same week last year. Overall sales for the year are up 1% at 160.81 million.

Digital track sales are down 9% from last week, up 10% from the same week last year and up 11% for the year at 618.53 million.

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David Cook has debuted at No. 7 on this week’s Billboard Top 200 Chart with 46,000 copies of ‘This Loud Morning‘ sold. His 2008 self-titled debut opened at No. 3 with 280,000 copies sold.

Limp Bizkit’sGold Cobra‘ moved 27,000 copies debuting at No. 16 on the chart.

Burn Halo debuted at No. 32 on Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Chart with 2,000 copies of ‘Up From the Ashes‘ sold.

Other albums in the Top 200 include:

No. 53 Eddie Vedder – ‘Ukulele Songs
No. 60 Various Artists – ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon Soundtrack
No. 61 Foo Fighters – ‘Wasting Light
No. 74 Seether – ‘Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
No. 87 Kid Rock – ‘Born Free
No. 121 Skillet – ‘Awake
No. 136 Chickenfoot – ‘Chickenfoot
No. 138 Aaron Lewis – ‘Town Line
No. 142 Rise Against – ‘Endgame
No. 155 Avenged Sevenfold – ‘Nightmare
No. 161 Nickelback – ‘Dark Horse
No. 162 Motley Crue – ‘Greatest Hits
No. 181 Guns N’ Roses – ‘Greatest Hits
No. 200 Linkin Park – ‘A Thousand Suns

Sales were up 7% over the previous week, up 14% compared the same week last year and up 1% for the year at 155.46 million album sold.

Digital track sales rose 1% with 25.45 million sold last week. Track sales are up 18% from the same week in 2010 and are up 11% for the year at 660.80 million.

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Producer Rick Rubin recently gave an update on the Linkin Park’s progress on their follow-up to 2010’s “A Thousand Suns”

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