KOTIPELTO: Touring Lineup Revealed
KOTIPELTO, the Finnish band fronted by STRATOVARIUS singer Timo Kotipelto, have announced the band lineup for their upcoming European tour with KAMELOT and EPICA. It is as follows:
Lauri Porra (TUNNELVISION) - Bass
Tuomas Wäinölä (HEARTPLAY, NYLON BEAT) - Guitar
Mikko Kaakkuriniemi (QUINTESSENCE) - Drums
Robert Engstrand (THE FLOWER KINGS) - Keyboards
Timo Kotipelto - Vocals
A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.
KOTIPELTO is touring in support of his sophomore solo album, "Coldness", released in Europe in April 2004 through Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Waiting for the Dawn" was recorded by CHILDREN OF BODOM keyboardist Janne Wirman at his Beyond Abilities Studios as well as by Tero Kostermaa at High and Loud's ELK Studios and Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, where the mixing (Mikko Karmila) and the mastering (Mika Jussila) also took place. Matthias Norén, who has previously worked with bands like INTO ETERNITY, LOST HORIZON and EVERGREY, designed the album's artwork.
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