Finland's KaaosTV conducted an interview with ROTTEN SOUND vocalist Keijo Niinimaa when the band played at Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland on April 24. You can now watch the chat below. (Note: The interview is in Finnish, with English subtitles.)

ROTTEN SOUND recently completed a North American tour with FINNTROLL, ENSIFERUM and BARREN EARTH. The five-week trek dubbed "The Finnish Metal Tour 2" concluded on March 4 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

"Hollow", the latest video from ROTTEN SOUND, can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Casper Haugegaard for Jawbreaker Productions. The track comes off the group's new full-length album, "Cursed", which was released on March 15 via Relapse Records. The 16-track follow-up to 2008's "Cycles" was recorded at Nordic Audio Labs and is lyrically themed around the six curses of mankind.

ROTTEN SOUND is currently headlining a European tour in support of "Cursed". The four-week trek kicked off in early April and also includes TRAP THEM, GAZA, THE KANDIDATE and HAUST.


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