HUMAN TEMPLE Debut To Feature NIGHTWISH, SONATA ARCTICA Guitarists

Emppu Vuorinen (NIGHTWISH), Jani Liimatainen (SONATA ARCTICA) and Erkka Korhonen (URBAN TALE) have contributed guitar solos to the forthcoming debut album from HUMAN TEMPLE, a Finnish band that has just inked a deal with MTM Music.

HUMAN TEMPLE was founded in 1998 by Petri Lehto, who, along with well-known vocalist/solo artist Janne Hurme, achieved sales of 150,000 albums in his native country.

HUMAN TEMPLE's debut CD, "Insomnia", was produced by guitarist Jari Salo and was mastered by Mika Jussila at the world-famous Finnvox studio. Described as "a must for everyone into melodic hard rock, AOR or even melodic, Eighties-styled metal," the CD is scheduled to be released in June/July. More information will be made available soon.

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