DIABLO At RADIO ROCK FINLANDIA 2008 Awards: Video Available

Professionally filmed video footage of DIABLO's performance at the Radio Rock Finlandia 2008 awards on December 5 at the Ice Hall in Helsinki, Finland can be viewed below. The event was broadcast live by Radio Rock and the Finnish TV channel Nelonen.

The Radio Rock Finlandia award — which recognizes the achievements of a domestic group or artist which was active during the past year — was presented to NIGHTWISH. Photos of the event can be viewed at this location.

"Icaros", the fifth album from DIABLO, entered the national chart in the band's home country of Finland at position No. 2.

"Icaros" was released on May 14 via Sakara Records, the label founded by the Finnish metal band MOKOMA. The CD was recorded Fantom studio in Tampere.

Formed in 1990, DIABLO's current lineup consists of singer/guitarist Rainer Nygård, guitarist Marko Utriainen, bassist Aadolf Virtanen and drummer Heikki Malmberg. The band's last album, "Mimic47", was released in January 2006 and went straight to No. 1 on the Finnish national chart.


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