NIGHTWISH Name DVD, Pick Up Finnish EMMA Awards

NIGHTWISH have set "End Of Innocence" as the title of their forthcoming DVD, due in June through Spinefarm. As previously reported, the DVD will consist of 12-14 tracks of music, including promo videos and various self-recorded live tracks, and about 60 minutes of behind-the-scenes material. No further information is available at this time. In other news, NIGHTWISH won two EMMA awards (Finnish Grammys) at this past weekend's ceremony. The band were voted "Best Finnish Band" by the Finnish music fans and were awarded an "Export EMMA", which is handed out to Finnish artists who have achieved the greatest level of success outside their home country. NIGHTWISH are set to enter the studio in November/December to record the follow-up to last year's "Century Child" CD, due before the summer 2004.


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