The 69 Eyes
From: Helsinki, Finland
Last Known Status: Active
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Finnish goth-metallers THE 69 EYES have topped the Finnish single chart with their latest single, "Lost Boys", in its second week of release. The song is also in "high radio rotation" on the main radio stations in Finland, according to a posting on the band's web site. To celebrate the release of the single, the original classic rock 'n' roll vampire movie "The Lost Boys" (1987) was shown on the big screen in Helsinki as a part of the horror movie festival "Night Visions".
THE 69 EYES are currently working on their new album, "Devils", with producers Johnny Lee Michaels and Hiili Hiilesmaa (H.I.M., MOONSPELL, SENTENCED). An October 2004 release through EMI/Virgin Records is expected.
Finnish Goth-metallers THE 69 EYES are currently in pre-production for the follow-up to 2002's "Paris Kills", tentatively due late summer/early fall.
THE 69 EYES' "best of" CD, "Framed In Blood - The Very Blessed Of The 69 Eyes", and the group's first-ever DVD, "Helsinki Vampires", were issued on the same day last September. "Framed In Blood - The Very Blessed Of The 69 Eyes" is a compilation CD featuring THE 69 EYES' "goth 'n' roll classics," while "Helsinki Vampires" includes a live performance filmed at Tavastia in Helsinki in November 2002 along with all of the band's promo video clips and other extra material.