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In the February 2010  issue of Metal Hammer Magazine.

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“The first time I heard the album I didn’t quite know what to think about it, as it was so different from what I had expected. However, I grew to love the album more and more after each spin. I wasn’t too psyched about it after hearing the first single Heartkiller a few days before receiving the album. While Heartkiller is a good song, it is not a great song. If it was up to me, I would have chosen a different song to give a better first view of the album as a whole… (view full review)

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A sneek peek of another song from the new album is out. This time it’s ‘Shatter Me With Hope’. You can listen to it here. I don’t know anything about this website since it’s in a foreign language, but this subject has also been posted at the heartagram boards, so for more details or questions please contact heartagram by clicking here.

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“Finnish “love metal” band HIM are finally back with their 7th studio album, Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice. The album has a due date of February 9th, 2010 here in the states, but let me tell you that it’s probably in your best interest to start preparing now as this is easily the band’s best work in quite some time.

Beginning with the near pop punk intro chords of “In Venere Veritas,” we quickly find HIM to not only be back on the scene, but with more energy than we’ve seen from them in quite awhile. Ville Valo comes across early as Matt Skiba did during the Good Mourning years of Alk Trio with his emotion-drained vocals and borderline graphic storytelling that is only amplified by the near perfected instrumentation of tracks like the late 80’s goth rock jam “Scared to Death” or the much progressive [and lead single], “Heartkiller.” The band swings in and out of rock subgenres with flawless progression that truly displays just how versatile they’ve become over the past 7 albums…” read full review from Under the Gun

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“The difference between this album and the previous is like day and night. Venus Doom was the doomiest moment for the band, even though I loved it, we can’t keep making the same thing over and over. This one is as straight forward as possible. Much faster. there aren’t any ballads” Ville Valo in Rock one magazine.

Rock One Magazine speaks about HIM’s new album Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice. It mentions it’s release date (February 8th) and that it was produced by Matt Squire. It also speaks about their first single Heartkiller and the album cover to which they refer to as ‘curious’.

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February 2010 seems so far away and it’s a long wait until we can finally hear HIM’s new album.  If you’re like me, you wan’t to get your hands on the album as soon as possible. Well, wait no more! You can secure your copy now at amazon.com
 or at Amazon.co.uk. Let’s see who get’s their hands on it it first! ;)

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An article from Rock Sound Magazine in which Ville Valo tells how much effort was put into the creation of the band’s new album ‘Screamworks: Love in Theory and Practice’ … read full article . There will be more from Ville in the new issue of Rock Sound Magazine, on sale December 2.

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In the latest issue of Kerrang! Magazine (25/11/09)

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Ville Valo speaks to Metal Hammer about his lyrical approach to the bands new album. So, in what way is this new album the story of what’s happened to Ville since the last album? Find out here!

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