PAIN Re-Signs With NUCLEAR BLAST RECORDS

PAIN, the Swedish metal band fronted by HYPOCRISY's Peter Tgtgren, has re-signed with Nuclear Blast Records, the label that released the group's 1997 self-titled debut album. Peter is currently working on material for PAIN's next CD, which is tentatively due in October 2008.

IN FLAMES bassist Peter Iwers makes a guest appearance on two songs on PAIN's latest album, "Psalms of Extinction", which was released in 2007 via Roadrunner Records.

PAIN's video for the track "Zombie Slam" is available for viewing at this location. The clip was shot in February 2007 in Los Angeles by Ralf Strathmann. Ralf previously worked as a director for artists like CHILDREN OF BODOM, APOCALYPTICA and SOILWORK. He is also a photographer for such bands as HIM, AEROSMITH and BLINK 182, to name but a few.

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