SWALLOW THE SUN: 'Doomed To Walk The Earth' Video Posted Online

Finnish doomsters SWALLOW THE SUN have posted their video for the song "Doomed to Walk the Earth" on YouTube. Watch the clip below. The track comes off the band's third album, "Hope", which entered the Finnish national chart at position No. 3 back in February. The follow-up to 2005's "Ghosts of Loss" was recorded at Seawolf Studios in Helsinki and was mastered at Finnvox studios with Minerva Pappi. The LP features a vocal appearance by Jonas Renkse of KATATONIA on the song "The Justice of Suffering".

SWALLOW THE SUN has been confirmed as one of the support acts for PARADISE LOST on their upcoming UK tour. Also appearing on the bill is Italy's NOVEMBRE. The dates are as follows:

Dec. 02 - Garage - Glasgow, UK
Dec. 03 - Academy 3 - Manchester, UK
Dec. 04 - Wulfrun Hall - Wolverhampton, UK
Dec. 05 - Islington Academy - London, UK

SWALLOW THE SUN will kick off an extensive European tour with AMORPHIS and INSOMNIUM on November 13 in Hannover, Germany.


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