AMORPHIS Enter Finnish Album Chart At No. 7!

Finland's AMORPHIS entered the Finnish Album chart at to No. 7 with their latest album, "Far From The Sun". Check out the entire chart here.

The band celebrated the release of "Far From The Sun" by playing an almost two-hour gig at the legendary Tavastia Club in Helsinki last Friday (May 30). Performing several songs off "Far From The Sun" as well as older material from their previous albums, AMORPHIS proved that the band is in their finest form not only on record but on stage as well.

AMORPHIS are scheduled to perform a string of Finnish festivals over the summer before embarking on a European tour later in the year. The Finnish dates will include high-profile performances at Down By The Laituri, Nummirock, Ruisrock, Tuska Open Air and Tammerfest festivals.

The video for the single "Evil Inside" has been delivered to music channels across Europe and is also available for viewing on the band's homepage at


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