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According to Valo: "After what we considered a disappointment with Deep Shadows and Brilliant Highlights, because there were so many chefs in the kitchen, we wanted to be a band [...] that we control what we do, and everybody else can fuck-off." Love Metal was also the band's first album to make prominent use of the band's logo, the heartagram, on its cover, which Valo called "a statement of intent [...] musically, visually and ideologically." Love Metal went platinum in Finland and gold in Germany, and three singles were also released, with "The Funeral of Hearts" peaking at number one in Finland, number five in Germany, and number fifteen in the UK, among others.Love Metal was also well received by critics, with Petri Silas of Soundi giving it three out of five stars, while Allmusic's Rob Theakston stated that "the songwriting is as strong as it has been in quite some time and a newly found sense of urgency keeps the record going at a well-tempered pace." In March 2004, HIM released And Love Said No: The Greatest Hits 1997–2004, which peaked at number two in Finland, number five in Germany, number nine in Austria, and number 30 in the UK, later going gold in Finland.In February 2013, HIM announced that Razor & Tie, Double Cross and Universal Music would handle distribution in North America, the UK and Ireland, and Europe respectively for the band's forthcoming album, which was financed by the band themselves.Classic Rock called the album "a glorious return to form for one of the world's most peculiarly successful bands", which was echoed by Alternative Press, who stated that "within HIM's impressive canon, it's among their best." HIM were scheduled to begin their North American tour in support of Tears on Tape on , but the tour was cancelled after Ville Valo suffered a severe asthma attack and was diagnosed with presumptive pneumonia.HIM is a Finnish gothic rock band from Helsinki, Finland.Formed in 1991 by vocalist Ville Valo and bassist Mikko "Mige" Paananen under the name His Infernal Majesty, the band broke-up in 1993 however, before being reformed in 1995 by Valo and guitarist Mikko "Linde" Lindström.
In the announcement, Valo stated: "After quarter of a century [sic] of love and metal intertwined we sincerely feel HIM has run its unnatural course and adieus must be said in order to make way for sights, scents and sounds yet unexplored.
In 1996, the band, now called HIM, completed the EP 666 Ways to Love: Prologue, with Valo on vocals, Mige on bass, Linde on guitar, and Pätkä on drums, as well as another guitarist named Oki, who was let go from the band before the EP's release. 666 received positive reviews from critics, with Antti J.
Ravelin of All Music stating that the album "combines metal with '80s rock and some goth influences, and the album as a whole has a very diverse sound." HIM were also awarded "Export of the Year" at the 1999 Emma Awards, and on 31 December 1999, the band played at the Tavastia Club in Helsinki, Finland, which turned into a New Year's tradition for the band.
In 2007, HIM released Venus Doom, the making of which was marred by problems in Valo's personal life.
Despite this, the album gave the band their highest chart position in the US at number twelve.
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In 2005, HIM released Dark Light, which became the group's most commercially successful album to date, charting in fifteen countries.