WALTARI: New Song Posted Online

A video for the new WALTARI song "Wish I Could Heal" has been posted on the band's MySpace page. Also available at the same location is a streaming audio version of the track. The cut comes off the Finnish band's upcoming album, "Release Date", due on February 26 via Dockyard 1.

According to a press release, the new CD is "darker" than 2005's "Blood Sample", "but also again crazier in the mix of possible styles and the general frenzy of these Finnish music innovators."

WALTARI's current lineup includes KREATOR guitarist Sami Yli-Sirniƶ. Sami originally joined WALTARI in 1989 and remained in the group for six years before leaving. He eventually rejoined the band in 2001.


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