H.I.M. Single "The Kiss Of Dawn" Fails To Break Into British Top 40
Helsingin Sanomat reports:
Finnish rock act HIM’s latest single release, a track called "The Kiss of Dawn," failed to break into the official British Top 40 chart on the week of its release. The song entered the British chart at 59, outside the official Top 40 list.
"The Kiss of Dawn" is the first HIM single in four years that has not made it to the Top 40 in Britain. So far the love-metal band's highest UK entries have been with "Solitary Man," which went in at number nine in 2004, and "Wings of a Butterfly," which was ranked tenth on its release in 2005.
"The Kiss of Dawn" is a cut from HIM's new album Venus Doom, which was also released at the beginning of this week in most European markets.
On the more specified UK Top 40 Rock Singles Chart, on the other hand, HIM made it to #1. The band took over the top position from another Finnish group, Nightwish, whose "Amaranth" single now slips down to number two.
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