STAM1NA Receives Gold Plaques For Finnish Sales Of 'SLK' Album
Lemi, Finland-based metallers STAM1NA were presented with gold plaques for their sixth album, "SLK", on March 22 at their gig in Tampere. The CD, which came out on February 7 via Sakara Records, entered the official Finnish chart at position No. 1 and sold more than 10,000 copies in its first week of release.
STAM1NA is currently on tour in Finland and will end its spring run with a gig in Japan at Loud & Metal Attack on May 24.
"SLK" was produced by Janne Saksa (AMORAL, TURISAS, MYGRAIN, MOKOMA) and was mixed by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, MNEMIC, HATESPHERE).
"SLK" track listing:
04. Kuoliaaksi Ruoskitut Hevoset
06. Heikko Ehkä
08. Kylmä Kuuma Kylmä
09. Usko Pois
10. Kolmen Minuutin Hiljaisuus
STAM1NA's fifth album, "Nocebo", was released in the U.S. in July 2012 via Bieler Bros. Records.
"Nocebo" entered the official Finnish album chart at position No. 1. The CD was also certified gold in Finland for sales in excess of 10,000 copies.
(Thanks: Melica / Night Elves)
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