CALIBAN Finalize Track Listing For 'The Undying Darkness'
German metalcore band CALIBAN have finalized the track listing for their fifth full-length album, "The Undying Darkness", due in Europe on February 27, 2006 via Roadrunner Records. The follow-up to 2004's "The Opposite from Within" was once again produced by Anders Fridén (IN FLAMES frontman), with Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ARCH ENEMY) at Principal Studios near Münster, Germany.
"The Undying Darkness" track listing:
01. Intro (1:05)
02. I Rape Myself (3:24)
03. Song about Killing (3:19)
04. It's Our Burden to Bleed (3:49)
05. Nothing Is Forever (3:54)
06. Together Alone (3:10)
07. My Fiction Beauty (4:41)
08. No More 2nd Chances [Explicit] (4:04)
09. I Refuse to Keep On Living... (5:01)
10. Sick of Running Away (3:48)
11. Moment of Clarity (2:40)
12. Army of Me (3:33)
13. Room of Nowhere (3:44)
CALIBAN supported MACHINE HEAD for the duration of their last European headlining tour, which took place in late 2004. Also appearing on the bill were GOD FORBID.
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