LORDI: 'Get Heavy' To Be Reisued With Bonus Track

The End Records has set a May 13 release date for the reissue of the 2002 debut album "Get Heavy" from Finnish monster rock 'n' roll band LORDI.

The reissue comes with the exclusive bonus track, "Don’t Let My Mother Know".

The full track listing is as follows:

01. Scarctic Circle Gathering
02. Get Heavy
03. Devil Is A Loser
04. Rock The Hell Outta You
05. Would You Love A Monsterman?
06. Icon Of Dominance
07. Not The Nicest Guy
08. Hellbender Turbulence
09. Biomechanic Man
10. Last Kiss Goodbye
11. Dynamite Tonite
12. Monster Monster
13. 13
14. Don't Let My Mother Know (bonus track)

LORDI released its latest album, "The Arockalypse", in March of 2007 and toured all summer as one of the main-stage acts on Ozzfest alongside OZZY OSBOURNE and LAMB OF GOD.

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