FINNTROLL To Tour Europe With SAMAEL, ROTTING CHRIST, METSATÖLL

Finnish folk metallers FINNTROLL will embark on a European headlining tour in November/December. Support on the trek will come from Switzerland's SAMAEL, Greece's ROTTING CHRIST, Estonia's METSATÖLL and Maldives' NOTHNEGAL.

The dates are as follows:

Nov. 26 - Vosselaar, Belgium - Biebob
Nov. 27 - Essen, Germany - Turock
Nov. 28 - Leuwaarden, Netherlands - Romein Popodium
Nov. 29 - Hamburg, Germany - Markthalle
Nov. 30 - Braunschweig, Germany - Meier Music Hall
Dec. 01 - Ludwigsburg, Germany - Rockfabrik
Dec. 02 - Berlin, Germany - K17
Dec. 03 - Leipzig, Germany - Hellraiser
Dec. 04 - Lichtenfels, Germany - Metal Meeting
Dec. 05 - Zlin, Czech Republic - Masters of Rock Cafe
Dec. 06 - Budapest, Hungary - Wigwam
Dec. 07 - Ljubljana, Slovenia - Kino Siska
Dec. 08 - Milan, Italy - Generali Magazzini
Dec. 09 - Vienna, Austria - Szene
Dec. 10 - Munich, Germany - Backstage
Dec. 11 - Kufstein, Austria - Kulturfabrik
Dec. 12 - Pratteln, Switzerland - Z7
Dec. 13 - Lyon, France - Ninkasi Kao
Dec. 14 - Barcelona, Spain - Salamandra
Dec. 15 - Madrid, Spain - Heineken
Dec. 16 - Toulouse, France - Phare
Dec. 17 - Limoges, France - CC John Lennon
Dec. 18 - Eindhoven, Netherlands - Eindhoven Metal Meeting
Dec. 19 - Frankfurt, Germany - Batschkapp

"Nifelvind", the new album from FINNTROLL, was released in North America on March 9 via Century Media Records. The CD was recorded at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki, Finland and was mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios. The album cover artwork was created once again by the band's guitarist Skrymer.

Commented FINNTROLL in a statement: "'Nifelvind' is the most advanced and mature FINNTROLL album to date, with musical themes ranging from powerful death metal riffs to dark soundtracks, from pounding black metal to groovy '80s pop music. All this is accompanied by our trademark sound, lots of never-before-heard instruments in the metal scene, folklore and legends that make it overall the most versatile album we have created so far."

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