BROTHER FIRETRIBE: New Album Lands On Finnish Chart

"Heart Full Of Fire", the second studio album from BROTHER FIRETRIBE the Finnish AOR/hard rock band featuring NIGHTWISH guitarist Emppu Vuorinen has entered the Finnish chart at position No. 6.

An audio "teaser" for "Heart Full Of Fire" has been posted on the group's MySpace page.

"Heart Full Of Fire" was released via Spinefarm Records. A single, "Runaways", backed by a cover version of "Chasing The Angels" (from the "Iron Eagle 2" soundtrack) preceded the full-length CD.

"Heart Full Of Fire" was produced by keyboard player Tomppa Nikulainen and Vuorinen, and sees the band pushing its AOR-influenced style to even greater heights. Among those tracks featured are "I Am Rock" (already a single in Finland), "Chasing The Angels" (from the "Iron Eagle 2" soundtrack) plus the title track itself (listen below), complete with suitably "foxy" vocals from NIGHTWISH singer Anette Olzon. The CD was mixed by Torsti Spoof and Jari Mikkola at Studio Audio. Mastering duties were handled by Svante Forsbck at Chartmakers Studios.

Founded by five Finnish musicians with a deep regard for all-conquering U.S. heavyweights such as JOURNEY and VAN HALEN, the band also featuring LEVERAGE frontman Pekka Ansio Heino released its debut album, "Break Out", back in 2006. A 10-track affair built around melody-conscious rockers such as "I'm On Fire", "Valerie" and first single/video "One Single Breath", the record instantly caused a stir with the quality of its songwriting and the energy of its excecution.


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