Hugh of ThrashHits.com conducted an interview with Warlord Nygård of Finnish folk metal overlords TURISAS at this year's Bloodstock Open Air festival, which was held August 14-16, 2009 at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, England. Watch the chat below.An e-card for "A Finnish Summer With Turisas", the first-ever DVD from TURISAS, is available at this location. A video trailer for the set, which was released last November, can be viewed below. In the summer of 2008, TURISAS set out to play more shows across its home country Finland than ever before. With "A Finnish Summer With Turisas", you can join them on their road trip, learn the secrets of sauna and other Finnish traditions on the nights when the sun never sets. Travel from festival to festival and go behind the scenes to find out what makes TURISAS a one-of-a-kind blend of music, traditions, fur, blood and fun.
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