Fans of the Finnish battle metallers, Turisas, dominated the crowds on Wednesday night of the 70000tons of Metal cruise. Metal as Fuck sat down with their charismatic violinist, Olli Vanska, to find out what listeners can expect from the fourth studio album due in May 2013.
There is a sticky blood red substance on the cover of my notebook.
Metal as Fuck catch up with Ensiferum on 70000tons of Metal to talk about their upcoming tour of Australia, what drives the music of the Finnish Heroic Folk Metallers and Bamboleo, bambolea, porque mi vida, yo la prefiero vivir asi!
Under high demand, I find my interview on 70000tons of Metal with Sami Hinkka of
It's a re-release of their classic 1986 debut, one of Finnish metal's finest achievements. But is it relevant and is it worth the effort? Yes; if you don't mind superfluous keyboards and some subpar vocal performances.
It’s like a revered artifact of Finnish metal that’s been dug out of the ground, painstakingly restored by eminent sonic scientists, groomed to meticulous perfection…and
It's been a tough tour for Finnish folk troupe Finntroll. Cancellations and constant breakdowns have made it the most "Spinal Tap" like tour they've ever experienced. However, Finntroll are a band made resolute in the face of setbacks as frontman Mattias "Vreth" Lillmans explains.
Finntroll aren’t exactly in foreign territory at the moment. The United States is blanketed in snow, much like their native Finland.