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New Children of Bodom EP

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Children of Bodom will release an EP entitled, "Trashed, Lost & Strungout" on February 22 nd. The EP features two new tracks (title cut and “Knuckleduster”), two covers (Alice Cooper and Andrew WK), a video for the title track and a CD-ROM enhanced video of the band taking the viewer on a tour around their hometown of Helsinki , Finland. Recorded once again by Anssi Kippo at Finnvox Studios, it is the first official recording to feature new guitarist Rope Latvala (ex-Stone). They are currently hard at work writing songs for their next full-length album.

Alexi Laiho (vocals, guitars) was also just named “Future Legend” in Guitar World's coveted Readers' Poll and will also appear on the cover alongside Steve Vai and Zakk Wylde on their March issue. Look for the video for the EP's title track to make its debut on Headbangers Ball and Uranium late next month.

Source: www.centurymedia.com

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1. Andrew writes:

I already own this??? what the hell i knew this months ago

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2. Tom writes:

Yeah I got it months ago as well.

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3. don vito writes:

it hasent been released in america yet not to my knowledge anyway but yea its been out in europe for months, but thats how it goes for foreign bands

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