Quality video footage of WINTERSUN's sold-out October 13 concert at Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland can be seen at this location. A few of the clips are available below.WINTERSUN's long-awaited new album, "Time I", has registered the following first-week chart positions: Finland: #2
Austria: #33 According to WINTERSUN mainman Jari Mäenpää, there are several reasons why the band's new effort, "Time" is being released as two separate albums, titled "Time I" and "Time II". He says:
* "All the 80 minutes of material won't fit on a regular CD and we didn't want to cut anything out.
* "We want you to be able to hear new material sooner and not wait any longer and we want to go on tour sooner.
* "The music is very full and complex, so listening this kind of 'hard listening (not easy listening)' material straight for 80 minutes is a bit too much (even for me).
* "Both albums will be approximately. nice 40 min epic packages of fireworks.
* "We like the idea of releasing two albums within one year, so the band will stay more visible longer, which is important in these 'modern times.' No more years of silence for us!" "Time I" track listing: 01. When Time Fades Away
02. Sons Of Winter And Stars
I) Rain Of Stars
II) Surrounded By Darkness
III) Journey Inside A Dream
IV) Sons of Winter And Stars
03. Land Of Snow And Sorrow
04. Darkness And Frost
05. Time "Time II" will be released in 2013. WINTERSUN is currently headlining this year's edition of the Heidenfest tour. Support on the trek is coming from KORPIKLAANI, VARG, TROLLFEST and KRAMPUS. WINTERSUN's debut CD was released in September 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records.