Ex-CARCASS Frontman Joins AMORAL For STRYPER Cover: Video Available
Finnish melodic death metallers AMORAL have posted the following message on their official web site:
"OK, this [video] was too hilarious not to put up for you guys to see. It's Sunday night of the Tuska weekend, we're the last band on the afterparty bill and we're about to play the last song of the set. Why not play a STRYPER cover? Even better, let's invite ex-CARCASS frontman Jeff Walker and one ridiculously talented singer Christian Palin (RANDOM EYES) to join us! Check the madness here."
AMORAL's second album, "Decrowning", was released in the U.S. in March via Candlelight Records USA. The CD is available in Europe on Spikefarm Records.
AMORAL signed a deal with Spikefarm in July 2004 following their split with the U.K.'s Rage of Achilles. The group's debut album, "Wound Creations", was recorded at Sonic Pump Studios and was mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox studios in Helsinki.
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