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Children of Bodom announces retrospective CD/DVD


Children of Bodom On May 22, world famous Finnish metal superstars Children of Bodom will release Holiday at Lake Bodom (15 Years of Wasted Youth), a very special CD+DVD career retrospective in celebration of the band's 15th Anniversary. The release will spotlight specially selected songs from every one of the band's critically acclaimed albums (1997's Something Wild, 1999's Hatebreeder, 2000's Follow the Reaper, 2003's Hate Crew Deathroll, 2005's Are You Dead Yet?, 2008's Blooddrunk and 2011's Relentless Reckless Forever) plus newly recorded (and undeniably fun) cover songs and detailed liner notes penned by the members of COB themselves. The DVD portion of the package will include "candid touring and backstage footage from around the world" plus the never before seen music video for Relentless Reckless Forever's "Shovel Knockout."

"15 Years of Wasted Youth is the sound of Children of Bodom working hard, partying hard, being relentless and stubborn," says the band's superstar guitarist/vocalist Alexi Laiho. "We went through many brick walls to get forward and after seven studio albums, two live albums, non stop touring, bleeding and breaking a lot of bones, I thought we were justified to put out this album. Let the music speak for itself. You have been warned."

The final, handpicked track listing for Children of Bodom's Holiday at Lake Bodom (15 Years of Wasted Youth) is expected to be announced soon.

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    March 15, 2012

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