AJATTARA's 'Noitumaa' Lands On Finnish Chart
"Noitumaa", the sixth album from AJATTARA — the Finnish band featuring former AMORPHIS frontman Pasi Koskinen (a.k.a. Ruoja) — entered the official chart in the group's home country at position No. 8.
"Noitumaa" was released in Finland on April 15 through Ranka Recordings. The CD was recorded at D-Studio in Finland.
"Noitumaa" track listing:
01. Keuhkot (03:11)
02. Massat (03:50)
03. Mitä kuolema parantaa? (03:53)
04. Saatana palvoo meitä (02:36)
05. Saveen saarnattu (04:14)
06. Ikuisen aamun Sara (03:16)
07. Kielletyn sanat (03:56)
08. Säkeitä riippuneesta lihasta (03:06)
09. Lammas (03:23)
AJATTARA's fifth full-length album, "Kalmanto", entered the Finnish chart at position No. 18 back in September 2007.
The band's current lineup is as follows:
Ruoja (Pasi Koskinen) - Vocals and Guitar
Kalmos (Vesa Wahlroos) - Guitar and Backing Vocals
Tohtori Kuolio (Juha Harju) - Bass and Backing Vocals
Raajat (Janne Immonen) - Synth
Malakias IV (Tonmi Lillman) - Drums
For more information, visit www.ajattara.fi.
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