LORDI's EUROVISION Song Featured On German 'Hits' Compilation

According to Oikotimes.com, LORDI's Eurovision-winning song "Hard Rock Hallelujah" is featured on a new German collection titled "Die Grten Grand Prix Hits Aller Zeiten" (The Greatest Grand Prix Hits Of All Times), due on May 2 via Sony BMG. The two-CD set includes 40 German and international songs which took part in the Eurovision Song Contest. A show by the same name will premiere on May 10 on the German television channel NDR.

LORDI has entered the studio to record the follow-up to "The Arockalypse". The recordings should be finished by summer, with the new album due out later this year.

In other news, The End Records has set a May 13 release date for the reissue of LORDI's 2002 debut album "Get Heavy". The reissue comes with the exclusive bonus track "Don't Let My Mother Know".


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