NIGHTWISH: Fourth Episode Of 'Imaginaerum' Online Game Available

The fourth episode of the NIGHTWISH "Imaginaerum" online game can be found at this location.

"Imaginaerum", the first album in four years from NIGHTWISH, entered the official chart in Finland at position No. 1.

According to Rytmi.com, "Imaginaerum" sold 50,000 copies in Finland in its first two days of release. The band's first CD since 2007's "Dark Passion Play" — which was then-new singer Anette Olzon's debut — is due in North America on January 10, 2012 via Roadrunner Records.

NIGHTWISH will kick off the "Imaginaerum" world tour in Los Angeles. The very first show of the trek will take place at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California on Saturday, January 21. This will be the biggest NIGHTWISH show production ever on North American soil and strictly a one-off — there will be no U.S. tour until later in 2012.

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