ENTWINE: 'Surrender' Video Available

Finnish gothic rock sensation ENTWINE has posted the video for its song "Surrender" at this location. The clip was shot with director Markus Nieminen of Routafilmi AB.

"Surrender" comes off ENTWINE's fifth studio album, "Fatal Design", which was just released in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Benelux via Century Media Records through a licensing deal with Spinefarm Records. The CD was recorded at Petrax and Groveland studios by ENTWINE drummer Aksu Hanttu and producer Janne Joutsenniemi (STONE, SUBURBAN TRIBE). The album was mixed at Finnvox by Mikko Karmila (NIGHTWISH, CHILDREN OF BODOM).

Commented drummer Aksu: "'Fatal Design' is definitely the best album we've ever done! We have been able to get closer to all our musical roots than before and with the new producer we could approach the work on this album in a totally different way compared to our previous releases. Things worked out perfectly with Janne Joutsenniemi and he could get the best out of everyone. He really made us rock and kick ass stronger than ever before! We are extremely confident about the new material and just can't wait to perform those songs live!"

ENTWINE will team up with ZERAPHINE for a German tour in October/November. ENTWINE's current itinerary is shaping up as follows:

Sep. 23 - Jyväskylä, FIN @ Lutakko
Sep. 29 - Helsinki, FIN @ On The Rocks
Oct. 06 - Kalajoki, FIN @ Kultakala
Oct. 20 - Kouvola, FIN @ Virtanen
Oct. 21 - Helsinki, FIN @ Nosturi


Oct. 31 - Rostock, GER @ Mau Club
Nov. 01 - Köln, GER @ Prime Club
Nov. 02 - Bochum, GER @ Matrix
Nov. 03 - Osnabrück, GER @ Rosenhof
Nov. 12 - Leipzig, GER @ Moritzbastel
Nov. 13 - Dresden, GER @ Alter Schlachthof
Nov. 15 - Erfurt, GER @ Gewerkschaftshaus
Nov. 16 - Hamburg, GER @ Knust
Nov. 17 - Potsdam, GER @ Lindenpark


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