Within Temptation just announced a new EP for another song off their newest album Hydra, "And We Run", featuring Xzibit. The And We Run EP has recently been released, and includes several alternative mixes of "And We Run" and a brand new unreleased demo song, "Living On Fire".
Dutch outfit Within Temptation will be taking their newest album Hydra to North American for a string of tour dates later this year. The 12 dates will be part of the North American leg of their Hydra World Tour, which launched in Finland in February. Opening all shows will be metallers Amaranthe.
Following the release of their album Hydra, Dutch heavyweights Within Temptation are releasing a new EP on February 21st, dedicated to the third single off Hydra, "The Whole World Is Watching". The EP will be available only in Europe and only in the iTunes version.
Within Temptation's new opus Hydra will be released in a few days, and to tease the already excited fans the band has just unveiled the third video in support of the album. While the tracks chosen before were "Paradise" featuring Tarja and "Dangerous" featuring Howard Jones, this time the song is "The Whole World Is Watching" featuring Soul Asylum's Dave Pirner.
Today you can hear Within Temptation's new single taken from the upcoming opus Hydra. It is called "Dangerous" and it features Howard Jones, the former Killswitch Engage vocalist. The official video just premiered and you can hear the song and watch the video right here. Patric Ullaeus directed the video.
The Dutch symphonic rockers Within Temptation have revealed that their sixth album will be called Hydra, and will be released on the 31st of January, 2014. The artwork was done by Romano Molenaar (X-men, Batman, The Unforgiving). You can view it below with the album trailer as well for suspense. Tell us what you think.
As they promised, Within Temptation have released today their brand new video for the new single "Paradise (What About Us?)" featuring Tarja. This is also the band's first single from their new studio album to be released in January of 2014. Listen to the new song and watch the video below.
Dutch symphonic rockers Within Temptation have revealed today that Tarja Turunen will be the guest vocalist on their new single Paradise (What About Us?) and posted a trailer showcasing the video for the song. You can watch it below. The official release for the single and video will be on September 27th. You might know Tarja from a little band called Nightwish and now with her own solo career.
Dutch symphonic outfit Within Temptation has been teasing the release of their new single and video lately. The band recently announced that they have chosen the track "Paradise (What About Us?)" as the first single from their forthcoming studio album. You can check out the song's lyrics and listen to the solo of the song in the video below, another teaser for the single which is coming soon.
Having recently announced their new label home with UK-based Dramatico, the multimillion-selling Dutch symphonic rock band Within Temptation have signed a licensing deal with Nuclear Blast Entertainment for the North American territory. The band is currently working on the follow-up to 2011's The Unforgiving.
Symphonic metallers Within Temptation have been writing new material for the successor to 2011's The Unforgiving and have now announced a deal with BMG Rights which will release their new album in the autumn.
Dutch symphonic metallers Within Temptation have released a new music video for the song "Fire And Ice". The video features live footage and video footage shot especially for visuals used in The Unforgiving Tour. You can watch it below.
The song comes off their fifth studio album The Unforgiving, which sold around 12,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 50 on The Billboard 200 chart.
"Shot In The Dark", the new video from Dutch symphonic metallers Within Temptation has been officially released today and can be viewed below. The single is off the band's latest effort The Unforgiving, released back in March.