AMBERIAN DAWN: 'River Of Tuoni' To Receive Wider European Release In June

Finnish female-fronted metal band AMBERIAN DAWN will have its debut album, "River of Tuoni", released in European territories outside of Finland on June 16 via Ascendance Records. Two tracks from the CD "Valkyries" and "River Of Tuoni" can currently be streamed on the group's MySpace page.

The band previously stated: "Our [Finnish] label, Suomen Musiikki, has defined AMBERIAN DAWN's music as fantasy metal, but as always, the genre borders are very thin and hard to define. Our music has definitely fantasy in its lyrics... but melody and rhythm are the key components."


Heidi Parviainen - Vocals
Tuomas Seppl - Guitar and Keyboards
Kasperi Heikkinen - Rhythm Guitar
Tommi Kuri - Bass
Tom Sagar - Keyboards
Joonas Pykl-Aho - Drums

Fan-filmed video footage of AMBERIAN DAWN performing the song "River of Tuoni" at this year's Finnish Metal Expo on February 16, 2008 in Helsinki, Finland can be viewed below.

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