We Sell The Dead (In Flames, Ex-HIM, Etc.) Premiere “Too Cold To Touch” Video

We Sell The Dead, the band featuring Niclas Engelin (In Flames, Engel), Jonas Slättung (Drömriket), Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM), and Apollo Papathanasio (Spiritual Beggars, ex-Firewind), have premiered a new video for their song “Too Cold To Touch.” This track is from the band’s debut album “Heaven Doesn’t Want You And Hell Is Full,” which is available now.

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We Sell The Dead (In Flames, Ex-HIM, Etc.) Premiere “Trust” Video

We Sell The Dead, the band featuring Niclas Engelin (In Flames, Engel), Jonas Slättung (Drömriket), Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM), and Apollo Papathanasio (Spiritual Beggars, ex-Firewind), have premiered a new video for their song “Trust.” This track is from the band’s debut album “Heaven Doesn’t Want You And Hell Is Full,” which is available now.

We Sell The Dead (In Flames, Ex-HIM, Etc.) Premiere “Silent Scream” Video

We Sell The Dead, the band featuring Niclas Engelin (In Flames, Engel), Jonas Slättung (Drömriket), Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM), and Apollo Papathanasio (Spiritual Beggars, ex-Firewind), have premiered a new video for their song “Silent Scream.” This track is from the band’s debut album “Heaven Doesn’t Want You And Hell Is Full,” which is available now.

Former HIM & Amorphis Members Join Forces In Flat Earth

Former HIM members Mikko “Linde” Lindström and Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM) have joined forces with Niclas Etelävuori (ex-Amorphis) and Anttoni “Anthony” Pikkarainen (Polanski) in a new band called Flat Earth. The group are recording their debut album at Finnvox in Helsinki with producer Hiili Hiilesmaa. More info can be found HERE.

The press release said the following about the band:

“Flat Earth is anything but your run-of-the-mill ‘supergroup. The fearsome foursome is an ideal amalgamation of love for music, every bandmember’s unique skillset and battle-tested charisma, completed with a dynamic of a band that has been playing together for aeons.

The audible musical signposts point to the heydays of alternative rock, take a nonchalant bow to the forefathers of all things heavy with a pinch of wistful psychedelia,” the press release continues. “Magnetically melodic, playful, exhilaratingly unconstrained and thoroughly permeated by vocalist Anthony’s passionately melancholic overtones, FLAT EARTH delivers in the same parcel both the beauty and the beast.

“Gas and Niclas’s robust-yet-subtle rhythmic dynamic work pave the perfect runway for Linde’s guitar solos to freewheel and Anthony’s maudlin-yet-contemplative singing that gives the band’s sound a tint of mawkish desperation that sets them apart from any other band you’ve heard.”

We Sell The Dead (In Flames, Ex-HIM, Etc.) Premiere “Pale And Perfect” Video

We Sell The Dead, the band featuring Niclas Engelin (In Flames, Engel), Jonas Slättung (Drömriket), Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM), and Apollo Papathanasio (Spiritual Beggars, ex-Firewind), have premiered a new video for their new song “Pale And Perfect.” This track is from the band’s debut album “Heaven Doesn’t Want You And Hell Is Full,” which will be released on February 23.

We Sell The Dead (In Flames, Ex-HIM, Etc.) Premiere “Turn It Over” Video

We Sell The Dead, the band featuring Niclas Engelin (In Flames, Engel), Jonas Slättung (Drömriket), Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM), and Apollo Papathanasio (Spiritual Beggars, ex-Firewind), have premiered a new video for their new song “Turn It Over.” This track is from the band’s debut album “Heaven Doesn’t Want You And Hell Is Full,” which will be released on February 23.

We Sell The Dead (In Flames, Ex-HIM, Etc.) Discuss Their Formation & Debut Album In Part One Of New Video Series

We Sell The Dead, the group featuring Niclas Engelin (In Flames, Engel), Jonas Slättung (Drömriket), Gas Lipstick (ex-HIM), and Apollo Papathanasio (Spiritual Beggars, ex-Firewind), have posted the first part in a new video series, which focuses on the band’s formation and their debut album. You can check that out below. Their debut album “Heaven Doesn’t Want You And Hell Is Full” will be released on February 23.