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Metal Hammer has had the opportunity to hear HIM’s new album and now gives us an exclusive review of each track. The album’s working title ‘Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice’ seems to have been maintained but is still to be officially confirmed. Set to be released in February 2010, the new record consists of 13 tracks. These titles were given by Metal Hammer and there is no confirmation yet to whether they are the actual song titles.

Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice Tracklist

Ode To Solitude – Scared To Death – Heart Killer – Dying Song – Disarm Me – Love The Hardest Way – Katherine Whee – In The Arms Of Rain – Shatter Me With Hope – In Venere Veritas - Acoustic Funeral – St Valentine – Smother A Heart

Read here what Metal Hammer has to say about each track of  HIM’s new record!

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“The guitar is 80% of this album. Really dominating. Lindstrom gets to prove his diversity and skill on this album, consequently making it …”  (Alexander Bernsten) –> read full review

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“HIM is a band that is really polarizing amongst metal fans, and they have been known to win both “best band” and “worst band” awards in the same magazine poll.” (Chad Bowler) … read more
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“On their sixth album, the long-running Finnish quintet tops Black Sabbath riffs and grinding, tightly wound grooves with Ville Valo’s lovesick crooning, all of which adds up to a dark, sexy sound the band once dubbed “love metal“…”   view full review

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“Brutal. Ballsy. Extreme. These are the kinds of words normally pressed into service when describing hard rock. Sultry and suave? Not so much. But with HIM, the Finnish group that for more than a decade has specialized in a gothic grind they characterize as “love metal,” you might even sneak in a sexy and still be on point.” … read full review

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Finland’s His Infernal Majesty (H.I.M.) has managed to release a solid, if not wholly overwhelming album. Listening to vocalist Ville Valo work his magic on the title tune, where he bridges the distance between Bono and Bowie, you almost believe you’re listening to one of the great voices, maybe even great bands, of the age. ~ read full review by Jedd Beaudoin

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“Apparently, my wish has been granted by Finland’s H.I.M. They’ve been doing this for a number of years (completely under my rock radar), finally producing Dark Light for their U.S. debut. I don’t know what their other records sound like (yes, I know, with this new record they’ve “sold out,” “mellowed” or whatever adjective describes an old fan’s betrayal), but this one sets my WaybackMachine to 1975.” … read full review by Mark Saleski

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The production is very clear (it is also definitely radio friendly) and it gives this album the proper sound it needs in order to attract H.I.M.’s audience. It is absolutely certain that this album deserves huge radio attention and air time. One of the drawbacks of this album is the lack of extensive guitar leads which lessens the strength of “The Dark Light” at certain points. ~ full review by Panagiotis

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Ville Valo and his gloomy crew return to their metallic roots with LOVE METAL, the band’s heaviest offering since their full-length debut. Launching full force into the propulsive “Buried Alive By Love,” HIM explores dirgy, Sabbath-style rock …    (“Sweet Pandemonium”), emotive balladry (“This Fortress of Tears”), and high-speed angst (“Soul on Fire”). But amidst the turbo-charged reinvigoration, the group retains a flair for disarmingly beautiful sounds…” ~ read full review
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“All music scenes and styles evolve over time and the gothic scene of today looks more to rock and metal than the punk and dance of its forebears. Along with such bands as Evanescence and Nightwish, HIM seem to have retained the best of past and present, the drive and power of hard rock and the emotive passion of old school goth. Buried Alive by Love fires up the album with…” ~ read 2 page review by Dave Franklin

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