January 23, 2013 9:05

The Knife to release nine-minute-long single 'Full Of Fire' next week The Knife Tickets

Swedish electro duo's comeback single will be released on January 28

The Knife to release nine-minute-long single 'Full Of Fire' next week

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The Knife are set to make their comeback next week with a nine-minute-long single titled 'Full Of Fire'.

The track will be the first single off the Swedish electro duo's much anticipated third album 'Shaking The Habitual', which is released on April 8. According to Gorilla Vs Bear, the single will be released on January 28.

'Shaking The Habitual' is The Knife's first album since 2006's 'Silent Shout' and will feature a guest appearance from Shannon Funchess of Light Asylum. Since the release of 'Silent Shout', singer Karin Dreijer Andersson released one self-titled album as Fever Ray, in 2009.

In 2010 she and bandmate Olof Dreijer collaborated with Mt Sims and Planningtorock on the Charles Darwin-inspired opera 'Tomorrow, In A Year'.

Last week (January 18), the band added a second date at London's Roundhouse date to their forthcoming European tour after the first one sold out almost immediately.

The Knife will play:

Hamburg The Habitual Docks (April 27)
Milan Magazzini Generali (29)
Zurich Komplex 457 (30)
Munich Muffatwerk (May 1)
Colgne E-Werk (2)
Paris Cité de la Musique (4)
Brussels AB (5)
Amsterdam Paradiso (6)
London Roundhouse (8/9)
Berlin Columbia Halle (11)
Denmark Vega Nat Klub (12/13)
Oslo Sentrum Scene (15)
Stockholm TBA (16)


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