HIM (originally H.I.M., standing for His Infernal Majesty) is a Finnish alternative rock/hard rock/metal band founded in 1991 by singer/frontman Ville Valo and bass player Migé Amour. Their first release was the demo EP "666 Ways To Love: Prologue", which was released in 1996. This was followed by their debut full-length, "Greatest Lovesongs vol.666" in 1997. With the second album, "Razorblade Romance", HIM gained exposure all over Europe as the track "Join Me" was included in the European soundtrack of the movie "The Thirteenth Floor". Their fourth album, "Love Metal", expanded their popularity to the U.S., giving them the status of world-wide rock stars.