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Homo Pedagogicus: The evolutionary nature of second language teaching. Research agenda: Language learning beyond the classroom. Languages of Schooling: explorations into disciplinary literacies.

Linguistic and extra-linguistic predictors of mutual intelligibility between Germanic languages. Perceived similarity between written Estonian and Finnish: Strings of letters or morphological units?

Modeling the impact of orthographic coding on Czech—Polish and Bulgarian—Russian reading intercomprehension. Lexical inferencing and the mutual intelligibility of Estonian and Finnish. Underlying manifestations of developmental phonological disorders in French-speaking pre-schoolers. Separating viewpoint from mode of representation in iconic co-speech gestures: insights from Danish narratives. Investigating intertextuality and interdiscursivity in evaluation: the case of conceptual blending.

Language usage in everyday life and in education: current attitudes towards English in Tanzania: English is still preferred as medium of instruction in Tanzania despite frequent usage of Kiswahili in everyday life. The Anglicisation of word formations: cross-linguistic blends in Spanish: What do they tell us about the state of English as an international language?

Germans are not aiming for a fossilized form of English: A response to Booth Unlearning overgenerated be through data-driven learning in the secondary EFL classroom. CALL from an ecological perspective: How a teacher perceives affordance and fosters learner agency in a technology-mediated language classroom. Professional development in the transition to online teaching: The voice of entrant online instructors.

A systematic review of English medium instruction in higher education. Teaching and learning collocation in adult second and foreign language learning. Research tasks on identity in language learning and teaching. Bilingualism enhances attentional control in non-verbal conflict tasks — evidence from ex-Gaussian analyses. Different phonological mechanisms facilitate vocabulary learning at early and late stages of language acquisition: Evidence from Polish 9-year-olds learning English.

Implicit knowledge of lexical stress rules: Evidence from the combined use of subjective and objective awareness measures. Article choice, theory of mind, and memory in children with high-functioning autism and children with specific language impairment.

The role of phonological and orthographic awareness in learning to read among Grade 1 and 2 students in Taiwan. Working memory performance in children with and without specific language impairment in two nonmainstream dialects of English. Does consonant—vowel skeletal structure play a role early in lexical processing?

Evidence from masked priming. Can perception training improve the production of second language phonemes? A meta-analytic review of 25 years of perception training research. The semantic network, lexical access, and reading comprehension in monolingual Un Enfant Est Né - Various - Reconstruction : 1997 Hardcore Compilation (CD) bilingual children: An individual differences study. Let's Agree to Disagree. Modality effects in language switching: Evidence for a bimodal advantage.

Priming and adaptation in native speakers and second-language learners. A cognitive load delays predictive eye movements similarly during L1 and L2 comprehension. The role of working memory in processing L2 input: Insights from eye-tracking.

Ethnography of language planning and policy. L2 semantics from a formal linguistic perspective. Selected research in applied linguistics and English language teaching in Turkey: — Written corrective feedback from sociocultural theoretical perspectives: A research agenda. Focus on form and corrective feedback research at the University of Victoria, Canada. On the function of stance-neutral formulations: Apparent neutrality as a powerful stance constructing resource.

The CARS model and binary opposition structure. Managing multimodal data in virtual world research for language learning. Innovative assessment of aviation English in a virtual world: Windows into cognitive and metacognitive strategies.

Virtual world anonymity and foreign language oral interaction. Interaction and instructed second language acquisition. Teaching for transfer of second language learning. Academic literacy across the curriculum: Towards a collaborative instructional approach.

Intervening in the intercultural learning of L2 study abroad students: From research to practice. Fostering team teaching: Mapping out a research agenda for English-medium instruction at university level. Replication research in computer-assisted language learning: Replication of Neri et al. Integrated assessment research: Writing-into-reading. Age effects in first language attrition: Speech perception by Korean-English bilinguals.

Infant-directed speech from seven to nineteen months has similar acoustic properties but different functions. Self-directed use of mobile devices for language learning beyond theclassroom. Effectiveness of computer-assisted argument mapping for comprehension, recall, and retention. Orientations to negotiated language and task rules in online L2 interaction. Perceptual beginnings to language acquisition. Heritage language education: Development of the field in the United States.

Psychology for language learning: Spare a thought for the teacher. The production-oriented approach to teaching university students English in China. Technological disruption in foreign language teaching: The rise of simultaneous machine translation. Language learning in a study-abroad context: Research agenda. In evidence: Linguistic transformations of events in police interview reports.

Underlying motivations for the use of linguistic disguise in written English and German threats and ransom demands in an experimental corpus. Word meaning in word identification during reading: Co-occurrence-based semantic neighborhood density effects. Effects of mother's and father's education level and age at migration on children's bilingual vocabulary.

A methodological synthesis of self-paced reading in second language research. Predicting sign learning in hearing adults: The role of perceptual-motor and phonological? Consonant age of acquisition effects are robust in children's nonword repetition performance. Referring strategies in American Sign Language and English with co-speech gesture : The role of modality in referring to non-nameable objects. Morphological awareness and reading abilities in second- and third-grade Hebrew readers.

Spoken second language words activate native language orthographic information in late second language learners. Adjective production by Russian-speaking children with developmental language disorder and Dutch—Russian simultaneous bilinguals: Disentangling the profiles. The role of morphology in word naming in Spanish-speaking children. The role of joint engagement in the development of language in a community-derived sample of slow-to-talk children.

State-of-the-art article: Language learning and study abroad. Key concepts in applied linguistics: Second language acquisition and study abroad learning environments. Activity types and child-directed speech: a comparison between French, Tunisian Arabic and English.

Word superiority effect for native Chinese readers and low-proficiency Chinese learners. Liu vs. Name influence on voice recall. Can NEG placement have negative consequences for efficient processing?

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Contribution of phonological and morphological information in reading Arabic: A developmental perspective. An investigation of the determinants of dialogue navigation in joint activities. Quantity-based reasoning in the broader autism phenotype: A web-based study. Orthographic mapping instruction to facilitate reading and spelling in Brazilian emergent readers. Vocabulary size and native speaker self-identification influence flexibility in linguistic prediction among adult bilinguals.

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The effect of gloss type on learners' intake of new words during reading: evidence from eye-tracking. The role of procedural learning ability in automatization of L2 morphology under different learning schedules: an exploratory study.

Are They Discussing in the Same Way? Ways of seeing: The individual and the social in applied linguistics research methodologies. Translanguaging pedagogies and English as a lingua franca. Exploring a poorly understood variable: An agenda for classroom research on the age factor.

Critically examining the use of blog-based fanfiction in the advanced language classroom. A mixed-methods study of tailor-made animated cartoons in teaching punctuation in EFL writing. English, multilingualism and globalisation in Indonesia. Developing oral communication in Spanish lower-level courses: The case of voice recording and videoconferencing activities.

Advancing CALL research via data-mining techniques: Unearthing hidden groups of learners in a corpus-based L2 vocabulary learning experiment. Videoconferencing and the networked provision of language programs in regional and rural schools. Cross-linguistic activation of implicit causality biases in Korean learners of English.

Aptitude, experience, and second language pronunciation profiiency development in classword setting: a longitudinal study. Does having good articulatory skills lead to more fluent speech in first and second languages?

The associations between cognitive ability and L2 development under five different instructional conditions. Grain size effects in rime judgment across literacy development in German. Pause behavior within reformulations and the proficiency level of second language learners of English. Unraveling the complexity of the relations of metalinguistic skills to word reading with struggling adult readers: Shared, independent, and interactive effects.

The effect of speech rhythm and speaking rate on assessment of pronunciation in a second language. From research-as-practice to exploratory practice-as-research in language teaching and beyond. Research in language teaching and learning in Austria — English medium instruction: Global views and countries in focus: Introduction to the symposium held at the Department of Education, University of Oxford on Wednesday 4 November The linguistic disadvantage of scholars who write in English as an additional language: Myth or reality.

Understanding vocabulary acquisition, instruction, and assessment: A research agenda. The development of English tense and agreement morphology in Welsh—English bilingual children with and without specific language impairment. Patterns of educational achievement among groups of immigrant children in Denmark emerge already in preschool second-language and preliteracy skills.

The development of vocabulary and morphological awareness: A longitudinal study with college EFL students. Orthography and speech production in children with good or poor reading skills. Frequency effects on first and second language compositional phrase comprehension and production. Morphological awareness and word-level reading in early and middle elementary school years.

Effects of massing and spacing on the learning of semantically related and unrelated words. Rethinking L2 motivation research: the 2 x 2 model of L2 self-guides. Language learning and teaching in South African primary schools.

Classroom-oriented research: Processing Instruction findings and implications. Multilingualism in older age: A research agenda from the cognitive perspective. Replication in task-based language teaching research: Kim and Shintani Teaching English as a foreign language to primary school students in East Asia: Challenges and future prospects.

English in the linguistic landscape of a northern Jordanian city: Visual monolingual and multilingual practices enacted on shopfronts. The role of English in developing countries: English is a passport to privilege and needed for survival in Pakistan. Strapline: The perpetuation of prescriptivism in popular culture: The persistence of prescriptive rules in English today, or watching television as a linguist and cringing at prescriptive rules.

The development of polite stance in preschoolers: how prosody, gesture, and body cues pave the way. Learner autonomy versus guided reflection: How different methodologies affect intercultural development in online intercultural exchange.

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Testing the deficient processing account of the spacing effect in second language vocabulary learning: Evidence from eye tracking. Gesture in contexts of scopal ambiguity: Negation and quantification in English. Frequency effects on spelling in Hebrew-speaking younger and older adults. Phonetic and phonological effects of tonal information in the segmentation of Korean speech: An artificial-language segmentation study.

Lying and perception of lies by bilingual speakers. Toward a dynamic view of second language comprehensibility. Absolute frequency effects in second language lexical acquisition. Incidental vocabulary learning through listening to songs. Effects of narrow reading and listening on L2 vocabulary learning. The role of input variability and learner age in second language vocabulary learning. The development of self-determination across the language course: Trajectories of motivational change and the dynamic interplay of psychological needs, orientations, and engagement.

Native and nonnative processing of active and passive sentences: the effects of processing instruction on the allocation of visual attention. The acquisition of English definite noun phrases by Mandarin Chinese speakers. A critical review of research relating to the learning, use and effects of additional and multiple languages in later life.

Theory and practice in language teacher education. Towards the corpus revolution? Bridging the research—practice gap. Teacher written corrective feedback: Less is more. The benefits of abstract word training on productive vocabulary knowledge among second language learners.

Incidental and explicit learning of L2 derivational morphology and the nature of acquired knowledge. A systematic review and meta-analysis of studies on metaphor comprehension in individuals with autism spectrum disorder: Do task properties matter?

The acquisition of phonological alternations: The case of the Mandarin tone sandhi process. A comparison of verb and noun retrieval in Mandarin—English bilinguals with English-speaking monolinguals. Using lexical features to investigate second language lexical decision performance.

Linguistic alignment, learner characteristics, and the production of stranded prepositions in relative clauses: comparing FTF and SCMC contexts. Anaphora resolution in l2 English: an analysis of discourse complexity and cross-linguistic interference. Practice is important but how about its quality? Revisiting the Spanish elicited imitation task: a tool for assessing advanced language learners?

A meta-analysis of sensitivity to grammatical information during self-paced reading: towards a framework of reference for reading time effect sizes. Observing the emergence of constructional knowledge: verb patterns in German and Spanish learners of English at different proficiency levels. How do second language listeners perceive the comprehensibility of foreign-accented speech?

The occurrence and perception of listener visual cues during nonunderstanding episodes. Navigating a multimodal ensemble: Learners mediating verbal and non-verbal turns in online interaction tasks. Informal digital learning of English and strategic competence for cross-cultural communication: Perception of varieties of English as a mediator.

Learner interactions in face-to-face collaborative writing with the support of online resources. Implementing digital game-enhanced pedagogy: Supportive and impeding language awareness and discourse participation phenomena. The use of social—communicative cues to interpret ambiguous pronouns: Bilingual adults differ from monolinguals. The narrative macrostructure production of Spanish—English bilingual preschoolers: Within- and cross-language relations.

Sentence repetition and non-word repetition in early total French immersion. Inhibitory control and receptive vocabulary influence aspect comprehension in children. The impact of brief exposure to the second language on native language production: Global or item specific? Acquisition of aspect in L2: The computation of event completion by Japanese learners of English.

A tale of two frequency effects: Toward a verification model of L2 word recognition. Evaluating Part V of the German version of the Token Test as a screening of specific language impairment in preschoolers.

Mealtimes in Head Start pre-k classrooms: examining language-promoting opportunities in a hybrid space. Assessing the effectiveness of interactional feedback for L2 acquisition: Issues and challenges.

Combining user needs, lexicographic data and digital writing environments. Teaching Chinese as a second or foreign language to non-Chinese learners in mainland China — What is the ideal time to provide corrective feedback? Moving the field of vocabulary assessment forward: The need for more rigorous test development and validation. A review of research in applied linguistics published in New Zealand — Considerations in assessing pragmatic appropriateness in spoken language.

Vague language in business and academic contexts. Further situating learner possible selves in context: A proposal to replicate Henry and Cliffordson and Lasagabaster Language policy and corporate law: A case study from Norway.

Crowdsourcing evaluation of the quality of automatically generated questions for supporting computer-assisted language teaching. Using telecollaboration to promote intercultural competence in teacher training classrooms in Turkey and the USA. Mobile-mediated dynamic assessment: A new perspective for second language development. Using image-to-text recognition technology to facilitate vocabulary acquisition in authentic contexts.

Effects of modality preference and working memory capacity on captioned videos in enhancing L2 listening outcomes. The use of English in movies in Turkey: English is the language of half of the movies shown in theaters in Turkey. English EU terminology in Serbian: Linguistic importation and substitution. Some directions for the possible survival of TBLT as a real world project.

Research on the role of recasts in L2 learning. Review of recent empirical research — on language assessment in China. Review of doctoral research in language education in Germany — Grammar learning strategies as a key to mastering second language grammar: A research agenda. The policy and policing of language in schools.

Power, policing, and language policy mechanisms in schools: A response to Hudson. Which measure of socioeconomic status best predicts bilingual lexical abilities and how? A focus on four-year-olds exposed to two majority languages. Case marking and word order in Greek heritage children.

The contribution of orthographic input, phonological skills, and rise time discrimination to the learning of non-native phonemic contrasts. Second language learning of phonological alternations with and without orthographic input: Evidence from the acquisition of a German-like voicing alternation. Comprehension of English plural-singular marking by Mandarin-L1, early L2-immersion learners.

Conceptual transfer and lexical development in adjectives of space: Evidence from judgments, reaction times, and eye tracking. Metalinguistic contribution to reading comprehension: A comparison of Primary 3 students from China and Singapore.

Alternating-color words facilitate reading and eye movements among second-language learners of Chinese. Constructions of contrast in spoken testimonials on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Breadth over depth in the semantic representations of adults with nonverbal learning disabilities. Ten years after the stroke: Me talk slightly less funny: A linguist talks about his recovery and newly found mission in life.

Prosody perception and production by children with cochlear implants. An acoustic study of lexical stress contrastivity in children with and without autism spectrum disorders. The bilingual mental lexicon beyond Dutch—English written words.

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Phonological memory problems are magnified in children from language minority homes when predicting reading disability. Long-term effects of cochlear implantation on the intelligibility of speech in French-speaking children.

Metaphoric discourse in the age of cognitive linguistics, with special reference to Tunisian Arabic. Processing pictorial metaphor in advertising: A cross-cultural view. The image-schematic anchorage of the preposition fi in : The logic of containment in Tunisian Arabic.

Of animals, foods, objects, and plants, or how women are conceptualised: A cross-cultural perspective. Naming people in Tunisian Arabic: An idealized cognitive model. Semiotic cognitive breakdown in schizophrenia and schizotypal personality disorder. Infant sensitivity to distributional information can affect phonetic discrimination. Philip Lieberman, Human language and our reptilian brain: the subcortical bases of speech, syntax, and thought. Conceptual Issues in the Organization of Tautological Doubling.

Moving toward a unified effort to understand the nature and causes of language disorders. Language symptoms of developmental language disorders: An overview of autism, Down syndrome, fragile X, specific language impairment, and Williams syndrome.

Designing measures for profiling and genotype-phenotype studies of individuals with genetic syndromes or developmental language disorders. Neurocognitive studies of language impairments: The bottom-up approach. Electrophysiology in the study of developmental language impairments: Prospects and challenges for a top-down approach. Germanic standardizations: Past to present. Edited by Ana Deumert and Wim Vandenbussche.

Impact: Studies in language and society, Dative prepositions in children with specific language impairment. Perceptual restoration in children versus adults.

Spatial and temporal boundedness in English motion events. Predictors of reading among Herero—English bilingual Namibian school children. Quantitative Measures of Subjectification: A variationist study of Spanish salir se. Cognitive Semantics: An extension of the Cartesian legacy.

Los tiempos verbales como marcadores evidenciales. Possibilities and Impossibilities of Meaning: A study in semantics. Computational Linguistics: A Dissenter's Voice. Perception of lexical stress by brain-damaged individuals: Effects on lexical—semantic activation.

Effects of the grammatical representation of number on cognition in bilinguals. Lexical access in bilingual speakers: What's the hard problem? Modeling the control of phonological encoding in bilingual speakers. Self-Organization in the Evolution of Speech. On Computational and Chomskyan Linguistic Theory.

Neurocognitive Approaches to Bilingualism: Asian languages. Reading in Two Writing Systems: Accommodation and assimilation of the brain's reading network. The effect of linguistic proficiency, age of second language acquisition, and length of exposure to a new cultural environment on bilinguals' divergent thinking. Language and Dementia: Neuropsychological Aspects. Questionnaires for eliciting evaluation data from users of interactive question answering systems.

Evidence for long-term cross-language repetition priming in low fluency Chinese—English bilinguals. Bilingualism: The good, the bad, and the indifferent. Cognitive representation of colour in bilinguals: The case of Greek blues. Innovative constructions in Dutch Turkish: An assessment of ongoing contact-induced change.

Word and pseudoword superiority effects in Italian—English bilinguals. Phonological inconsistency in word naming: Determinants of the interference effect between languages. Cross-linguistic differences and their impact on L2 sentence processing. English—Afrikaans intrasentential code switching: Testing a feature checking account. When Russians learn English: How the semantics of causation may change.

Bilingual children's sensitivity to specificity and genericity: Evidence from metalinguistic awareness. Japanese and English sentence reading comprehension and writing systems: An fMRI study of first and second language effects on brain activation.

Bilingual first-language development: Dominant language takeover, threatened minority language take-up. Integration of communicative partner's visual perspective in patterns of referential requests. A follow-up study on Italian late talkers: Development of language, short-term memory, phonological awareness, impulsiveness, and attention. Orthographic and phonological effects in the picture—word interference paradigm: Evidence from a logographic language. Maternal mental state talk and infants' early gestural communication.

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Phonological and visual similarity effects in Chinese and English language users: Implications for the use of cognitive resources in short-term memory. Two-year-old phonology: impact of input, motor and cognitive abilities on development. Lexical Competition in Nonnative Speech Comprehension. An open-sesame approach to English noun phrases: defining the NP with an introduction to the special issue.

Early verb learning in month-old Japanese-speaking children. Cascading activation across levels of representation in children's lexical processing. Does size matter? Subsegmental cues to vowel mispronunciation detection. The role of working memory and contextual constraints in children's processing of relative clauses.

Mental models theory and relevance theory in quantificational reasoning. Review of A. Verhagen Constructions of Intersubjectivity: Discourse, syntax, and cognition. Foundations of Language: A biological paradigm. An event-related potential study of the concreteness effect between Chinese nouns and verbs. Cognitive and social forces in dialect shift: Gradual change in London Asian speech.

Initial morphological learning in preverbal infants. The pluralization of haber in Puerto Rican Spanish. Variationist sociolinguistics and cognitive construction grammar. A case-study of the variable agreement of presentational haber in Dominican Spanish. Fatal Attraction: Inheritance and collostruction in the ihjel-construction. Grammatical Construction Theory and the Recontextualization of Grammar. What the band didn't know: Semantic looping of slurs in a linguistic perspective.

A computational account of bilingual aphasia rehabilitation. Learning the lexical aspects of a second language at different proficiencies: A neural computational study. Modeling of word translation: Activation flow from concepts to lexical items. Simulating cross-language priming with a dynamic computational model of the lexicon. A neural network model of the effects of entrenchment and memory development on grammatical gender learning.

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Memory for emotional words in the first and the second language: Effects of the encoding task. The influence of sentence context and accented speech on lexical access in second-language auditory word recognition.

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She hires a P. This discovery sparks Marin back to life. Lordi's very first demo album Napalm Market was done in The album included a song " Inferno ", which also got a music video, all done by Mr Lordi. In the music video Mr Lordi performed unmasked but he had made monster make-up for his friends who played secondary role in the video. After the video was done, Mr Lordi got an idea of a band of monsters.

During the cruise he met musicians Amen and G-Stealerand told them about his music project called Lordi. After the cruise they joined the band. At the time when the album was recorded, the band didn't have a drummer and they used MIDI drum tracks in place of a real drummer.

Ari Tiainen, the owner of their record company, had originally planned to publish the album; however, the company did not have sufficient resources to market it. The album was planned to release in earlybut Anaconda Records went bankrupt shortly before the planned release date and the album was never released. The band never performed with the original line-up, though they had been promised a record release gig in Indrummer Kita joined and the band got their first drummer.

During the summer the band went under the auspices of producer TT Oksala's Finnvox Studios to record their first official album, [4] though debut recording ran into several problems. In autumnbassist Magnum was fired and replaced by Kalma. Though Lordi's debut album had already been recorded when Kalma joined, he appeared in the album art and the composition of the accounts.

The original first sketch of the cover was based on Kiss 's Destroyer album. The album won the Emma award for best domestic hard rock or heavy metal album, and Get Heavy has sold more than 67, copies.

It was certified platinum in Finland in and multi-platinum in Lordi played their first gig on 8 Decemberin Helsinki at the Nosturi Club. During some of the Germany tour, Lordi played as Nightwish 's support act. The tour boosted both bands' popularity in Germany and helped them sign a recording contract with the German record company Drakkar.

Nightwish had already achieved solid success of joint concerts in Germany and Lordi also raised their profile in Germany. At the beginning ofLordi began recording their next studio album.

This time the album was produced by Hiili Hiilesmaa, with whom the band got along well. This second album was first released on 14 April as The Monsterican Dream. Corresponding with the release of the album, the band's costumes and image were also reformed.

The film, despite the success of the album it was attached to, has been poorly received. The album went gold two years after release.

Sanctuary had originally intended to market a collection of records in the United States, but these plans were halted due to financial problems. Sanctuary, however, published a compilation album in the UK. The idea of The Monster Show disc collection has its roots in springaround the release of The Monsterican Dream album. Later, Simmons' assistant announced that Simmons would be willing to publish Lordi's albums in the United States, but if the band would like to share sales revenue, it would be better to publish with Sanctuary Records.

Sanctuary did not want to publish either of the studio albums individually, and instead preferred a compilation of the best songs. The collection was published in the spring of during the European Monstour. Meanwhile, the internal atmosphere of the band increased in intensity and led to a dispute between members.

Later that year, bassist Kalma wanted to resign because of family and financial problems. Mr Lorditrying to persuade Kalma to stay, suggested that he just play the biggest tours and other contractually obligated performances.

Kalma, however, did not relent, because he wanted to be involved with the band either in full or not at all. Kalma did, however, play the bass units for the future The Arockalypse album.

Kalma left the band just before Lordi entered the Eurovision Song Contest qualifier. Two new members joined the band, bassist OX and keyboardist Awa. This change in members spawned more alterations to the band's costumes. However, Mr. Lordi opined that the idea was ridiculous, as an Egyptian hard rock band would be highly unlikely to have a member named "Tapani" Finnish name.

OX's monster character was created Un Enfant Est Né - Various - Reconstruction : 1997 Hardcore Compilation (CD) be a "bulltaurus", a hybrid of man and bull, who served as guardian to a magician until they were betrayed by a fellow magician and murdered. The murderer then resurrected OX as part of an undead legion, but OX murders his new master after discovering his role in the betrayal. Soon afterwards he meets Mr. Lordi and decides to join him. Awa's was given a backstory wherein she was depicted as a psychic young woman who by means of astral projection discovers that her fiance is cheating on her, and murders him telekinetically.

She proceeds to use her abilities for evil, until she is caught and condemned to death by impalement, but her rage and hate is too strong and she returns as a murderous ghost, wandering Europe in her rotting wedding gown until she is found by Mr. Lordi and offered the ability to cross dimensions if she will work with him, to which she agrees. Lordi's third album The Arockalypse was released on May 1, The song scored points, which was an all-time points record for then.

Lordi was also a semi-final number one and even got points, which was historic, as they were the first competitors to win both the semi-finals and the finals.

Pasi Rantanen from the band Thunderstone performed backing vocals for the performance, wearing a Gene Simmons Kiss mask. The tour ended with a surprise: during the last gig in London, 31 October, the band's former bassist, Kalmawas seen as a guest on stage.

Around the same time, Bill Aucoinbest known as the original manager of Kiss, became Lordi's manager. In May, the band was involved in the Eurovision Song Contest held in Helsinki, and opened the competition with their winning song "Hard Rock Hallelujah".

In early summer in Oulu, the members of Lordi participated in filming of the horror film Dark Floorswhich premiered on 8 February After the Ozzfest tour ended in late August, Lordi went on a short break. In September, it was announced that the band would go on a new tour of the U. The tour ended on 31 October During the tour, the band's tour staff, local security, and a few fans were subjected to violence.

The band's tour manager Rikk Scholvinck and the security men were robbed at gunpoint by unknown assailants after a concert in Louisville, KY.

Rikk Scholvinck and several fans and security escaped unharmed. However, concert goers Kristin Perrin and Ross Epstein had several items amongst them were cell phones and car keys were taken off of them. The would-be robbers fled the scene with a stolen car before the police arrived. Most items were returned to Kristin Perrin and Ross Epstein due to they were found down the road from the venue. At the end of the tour the band returned to Finland to record the theme song for Dark Floors.

Lordi began recording their fourth album in the spring of and the album was released on 29 October The album, Deadachewas produced by Nino Laurenne. The release spurred yet another change in the band's costumes. The album was similar in style to its predecessors, melodic hard rock and heavy metal, though with more horror theme. Prior to the completion of the disc, it was revealed that it featured more piano solos than its predecessors, and that the recital "Missing Miss Charlene" featured a child singing.

The album's first single was called "Bite It Like a Bulldog", and it was published on 3 September Lordi announced before the release of the album that Deadache would be marketed internationally, like its immediate predecessor.

We know that Finland is likely to disc stamped with the flop, even if it would sell double platinum, it does not sell copies", Mr Lordi Evening newspaper said in August Babez for Breakfast was recorded in Nashvilleand produced by legendary Michael Wagener. The first single, called " This is Heavy Metal ", from the album was released in Augustwith the album following in September.

On 4 October it was announced that drummer Kita had left the band, and on October 16, OX posted on his Twitter account they had found a new drummer.

On October 26, it was announced on Lordi's website that Otus had become their new drummer. Otus joined the band just before Lordi's Europe for Breakfast tour started.


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