LORDI: New Single Available For Free Download

LORDI's new single, "Beast Loose in Paradise" is available for free download at this location (link removed at The End Records's request). The single's cover artwork — which is a tribute to KISS' classic "Creatures of the Night" cover — can be viewed at MonsterDiscoHell.com.

"Beast Loose in Paradise" was released as a downloadable single on December 24 and will be made available as a physical CD on January 9. There will be two edits of the song: "Radio Edit" and the "Dark Floors Version". The "Dark Floors" version will include a longer intro.

"Beast Loose in Paradise" — which is one of two new songs the band recently recorded — will appear in LORDI's upcoming feature film "Dark Floors".

LORDI recently postponed its previously announced December 14 hometown gig at Lappi Areena in Rovaniemi due to ongoing post-production work on "Dark Floors". Tickets already purchased for the December concert will be valid for the new show. Tickets will also be refundable at the point of purchase.

(Thanks: Lord of Noise)

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