POISONBLACK — the Finnish band featuring former SENTENCED frontman Ville Laihiala — will release its sixth studio album, "Lyijy", on September 13. The CD was recorded at Sonic Pump studio in Helsinki and Victory Audio studio in Kokkola with producer Jonas Olsson.
The CD's opening track, "Home Is Where the Sty Is", will be released as the first single and video. You can now stream the song using the audio player below.
"Lyijy" track listing:
01. Home Is Where The Sty Is 02. Down The Ashes Rain 03. The Flavor Of The Month 04. The Absentee 05. Maybe Life Is Not For Everyone 06. Death By The Blues 07. The Halfway Bar 08. Them Walls 09. Blackholehead 10. Pull The Trigger 11. Elämän Kevät
A studio teaser can be seen below.
POISONBLACK will tour in Finland from September to November. The live set will include songs from the new album, but also some rare material which hasn't been played live before.
POISONBLACK's fifth CD, "Drive", entered the official chart in Finland at position No. 3.
"Home Is Where The Sty Is" audio stream:
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