LORDS OF THUNDER: AMORPHIS Members' Cover Band To Embark On Finnish Tour

LORDS OF THUNDER, the Finnish heavy metal/hard rock cover band featuring members of AMORPHIS and SUBURBAN TRIBE, will be embarking on a tour of Finland in late September. The group, which performs songs from such acts as WHITESNAKE, IRON MAIDEN and W.A.S.P., consists of the following musicians:

Janne Joutsenniemi (SUBURBAN TRIBE)
Esa Holopainen (AMORPHIS)
Santeri Kallio (AMORPHIS)
Atte Sarkima (VERENPISARA)
Mikko Herranen (VELCRA, RUST)
+ surprise guests

LORDS OF THUNDER tour dates:

Sep. 17 - Helsinki, FIN @ On The Rocks
Sep. 18 - Kerava, FIN @ Panama Jack
Sep. 21 - Kuopio, FIN @ Puijonsarvi
Sep. 22 - Tampere, FIN @ Panama
Sep. 23 - Pori, FIN @ Bar Kino
Sep. 24 - Vaasa, FIN @ Hullopullo
Sep. 25 - Oulu, FIN @ 45 Special
Sep. 26 - Turku, FIN @ Giggling Marlin

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza)

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