WARMEN Begins Recording New Album

WARMEN, the brainchild of CHILDREN OF BODOM keyboardist Janne Wirman, has entered the studio to begin recording the follow-up for the band’s critically acclaimed 2009 studio album “Japanese Hospitality”. A 2012 release is expected.

The first batch of photos from the recording sessions for the as-yet-untitled new CD can be found on the WARMEN Facebook page.

WARMEN celebrated its 10-year anniversary with a concert during the Helsinki Metal Meeting weekend in February 2010 at Dante’s Highlight in Helsinki, Finland. The band’s third live performance ever included guest appearances by Alexi Laiho (CHILDREN OF BODOM) on a cover version of ROCKWELL‘s “Somebody’s Watching Me”, Timo Kotipelto (STRATOVARIUS), Finnish pop/rock queen Jonna Kosonen (JONNA’S PROBLEM) and Pasi Rantanen (ex-THUNDERSTONE).

Spinefarm Records released a WARMEN compilation album entitled “The Evil That Warmen Do” on January 27, 2010.

WARMEN‘s fourth album, “Japanese Hospitality”, entered the Finnish chart at position No. 36. The CD was released via Spinefarm Records. The 10-song effort includes two cover versions — “Separate Ways”, originally recorded by JOURNEY, and “Black Cat” by JANET JACKSON, featuring a guest appearance by Jonna Kosonen. Other guest musicians that appear on the CD include Laiho, Rantanen, Kotipelto and Marko Vaara.

Check out the “Japanese Hospitality” e-card at this location.

 

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