Guitarist Sami Vauhkonen of the Finnish female-fronted heavy rock outfit LULLACRY has issued the following update:
We've had some difficulties to rehearse new material 'cause the bassist 'Heavy' [Kimmi Hiltunen] is suffering from some kind of, what the fu%& it's called… Whatever, his arm is quite fuc%&d up. But hey, you can't always win. Anyways, I have seven new 'ralli, as we say in Finland, on the progress. Quite heavy shit, I would say. And one 'MTV video hit' song, haha.
"We're still checking the possibilites about the next record companies. I hope we can give more info within this year. All I can say we've talked with many different labels and got some interesting offers. The next album should be out in 2008."
LULLACRY's fourth studio album, "Vol. 4", was released in the U.S. in February 2006 via Century Media Records. The CD was recorded at Astia Studios with Anssi Kippo (CHILDREN OF BODOM, ENTWINE) and at Finnvox Studio with Mikko Karmila (NIGHTWISH, STRATOVARIUS).
LULLACRY's first single off the album, "Stranger in You", entered the Finnish single chart at position No. 16 upon its release in July 2005. The title cut was backed by a cover of KISS' "I Stole Your Love".
Watch LULLACRY's video for the song "King of Pain" (taken from "Vol. 4"):
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