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PAIN “Coming Home” upcoming album

Elsa Marques 09/08/2016 News Comments Off on PAIN “Coming Home” upcoming album
PAIN “Coming Home” upcoming album

PAIN is a Swedish industrial metal band formed by Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy) back in 1996. The self titled, “Pain”, debut album was released in 1997. After that an impressive track record followed, with seven full length albums all managing to enter the Swedish top selling charts.

The “You Only Live Twice” album was released already in 2011, and it is with big expectation that the fans await the forthcoming album “Coming Home”. Peter Tägtgren and Till Lindemann (Rammstein) were recently collaborating in the Lindemann project.

Recorded in the Abyss Studios and embellished with Stefan Heilemann artwork (see also Epica, Lindemann and Indica), the album is to be released on September 9th by Nuclear Blast Records.

Enjoy the recently premiered “Black Knight Satellite” lyric video

Check the artwork and album track list:



1 . Designed to Piss You Off
2. Call Me
3. A Wannabe
4. Pain in the Ass
5. Black Knight Satellite
6. Coming Home
7. Absinthe-Phoenix Rising
8. Final Crusade
9. Natural Born Idiot
10. Starseed


Check also the album trailers to get a better insight on the forthcoming album

Upcoming tour dates: (Source: )


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