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Amoral to tour Europe with Dark Tranquillity

June 14th, 2014

Amoral is heading out for a European tour this November as the main support act for Dark Tranquillity. The band – whose recently released album “Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows” has been praised both by the media as well as the fans – will play a 50-minute set each night. Also on the bill are bands Acyl and The Lehmann Project.

“We are thrilled to get to share the stage with the Gothenburg legends”, says guitarist Ben Varon. “There’s a bunch of familar cities and venues on the tour initerary where we’ve had a great time before, so this shaping up to be a great run!”
Before the European tour, Amoral will play a string of shows in its homeland Finland, with dates annouced soon. The bands next performance is at Tuska Festival, Helsinki.

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ENSIFERUM @ O2 Islington Academy

September 26th, 2012

Ensiferum @ O2 Islington Academy

18th September 2012

Review by Rhiannon Marley

Photography by Andre Purvis



If you’re a miserable human being, don’t go to see Ensiferum!

I worked that out during the 2011 Ugly World Tour, on which they were joined by fellow Scandinavians Amon Amarth and Children of Bodom, and tonight, I couldn’t wait to see if Ensiferum would slay the crowd again – this time, in leading role!
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Finnish Metal Expo 2012

March 31st, 2012
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The Finnish Metal Expo has become more an indoor metal festival in the heart of the Finnish nuclear winter. The line-up of the FME 2012 offered a great and wide deal of metal from the extreme to the more AOR based approach. Even though the whole idea of the metal expedition has dried out within these years, instead bands seem to draw more interest. Nearly 4000 metal worshippers have crawled thru the wintery Helsinki to attend the Finnish Metal Expo. Here is the brief article with a lot of great pictures from The Finnish Metal Expo.

Article and pictures by Marko Syrjala and Arto Lehtinen


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NIGHTWISH, TERÄSBETONI, CHARON, SONATA ARCTICA, AMORAL members singing Xmas songs – live videos from Raskas Joulu concerts

December 21st, 2010
NIGHTWISH, TERÄSBETONI, CHARON, SONATA ARCTICA, AMORAL members singing Xmas songs

NIGHTWISH, TERÄSBETONI, CHARON, SONATA ARCTICA, AMORAL members singing Xmas songs

RASKASTA JOULUA – Metal Christmas – live videos available!

It has become a tradition during December that a varying group of Finnish metal musicians take part in the RASKASTA JOULUA-tour, where Christmas songs are being performed in metal-version. This year was the sixth time the tour was organized, and it ended last weekend with three shows at Tavastia, Helsinki. There were two concerts on December 18, an afternoon show without age-limit, and an evening show. Because the evening show was sold out weeks ahead, also an additional concert was organized on Sunday December 19. There are several live-videos available from the concerts on December 18, thanks to CalthaGold.

The combined vocalists of the two gigs were:   J. Ahola (TERÄSBETONI, NORTHERN KINGS)  JP Leppäluoto (CHARON, HARMAJA, NORTHERN KINGS) Ari Koivunen (AMORAL, solo)Tony Kakko (SONATA ARCTICA,  NORTHERN KINGS) Marco Hietala (NIGHTWISH, TAROT, NORTHERN KINGS, SAPATTIVUOSI)Antony Parviainen (MACHINE MEN)Ilja Jalkanen (Ex-KIUAS)Tommi “Tuple” Salmela (TAROT)

Musicians:Erkka Korhonen (ARI KOIVUNEN BAND) – Guitars, MD Tuomas Wäinölä (TIMO KOTIPELTO BAND) – Guitars Erkki Silvennoinen (ARI KOIVUNEN BAND) –  Bass Vili Ollila (ARI KOIVUNEN BAND) – KeyboardsTeijo “Twist-Twist” Erkinharju (LENINGRAD COWBOYS, LOS BASTARDOS FINLANDESES, ex-PEER GÜNT) – Drums

More details on the Night Elves MySpace page http://www.myspace.com/nightelvesforest
blog: http://www.myspace.com/nightelvesforest/blog/541330004

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Amoral – Ben Varon

August 22nd, 2007

 

 

Interview by Shaq

 

Finland is without a doubt one of the top breeding grounds in the world for metal acts, and Amoral is no exception as they continue to rise the ranks.  With the release of their newest album REPTILE RIDE impending, I was able to discuss with guitarist and songwriter Ben Varon everything from their demo days right up to the current release.


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Bolt Thrower, Amoral, HellBox : Nosturi, Helsinki, Finland

April 25th, 2006

 

The 18th of April 2005
Nosturi, Helsinki Finland

Review and pics by Arto Lehtinen

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Alex of PHILOSOPHER

June 6th, 2005

 Intro and interview by Luxi Lahtinen

 

“Lovecraftian Death Metal…” – sounds like a fascinating title, doesn?t it? The German foursome, Alex, Mike, Christoph and Tobias call Philosopher a ?Lovecraftian Death Metal? band due to band?s strong interest in H.P. Lovecraft?s creations as far as the band?s lyrical approach is concerned. Musically, the Philosopher camp has a certain attraction to old school ?90s Death Metal in which people can associate them with bands like Death, Morgoth or even Morbid Angel. Plain copycatting has, however, luckily been avoided in Philosopher?s heavy and slowly creeping Death Metal approach and the band has already proved to stand out in its own, especially on the band?s debut album THOUGHTS which really shows what this talented German bunch is all about.       

I talked to Alex ?Snakes?, the band?s guitarist, just recently and tried to gather together sort of an info kit what Philosopher is really all about as far as the band?s musical journey through the current Death Metal territory goes; basically finding out how they have been received by extreme Metal diggers and wanting to know a bit more what kinds of thoughts Alex has about Philosopher?s position amongst a countless amount of extreme Metal bands these days.

Uh, enough said for an introduction, now let?s get to the point finally?  

 

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