NIGHTWISH: New Single To Include MEGADETH Cover

Finland's NIGHTWISH have selected "Kuolema Tekee Taiteilijan" as the next single off their mega-successful "Once" album. The single will be released in Finland on November 24. In addition to the title cut, the CD will include "Creek Mary's Blood" (orchestral/instrumental score) and a cover of MEGADETH's "Symphony of Destruction", recorded live at Nosturi in Helsinki in October 2004. Nuclear Blast Records will release the single under the title "Death Makes An Artist" during February. The bonus tracks are the same, but there will also be an "animated video of the title track" on this European version.

In other news, NIGHTWISH will be teaming up with ANGRA for a Japanese tour next March. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Mar. 12 - Nanba Hatch – Osaka, JPN
Mar. 13 - Zepp Fukuoka - Fukuoka, JPN
Mar. 16 - Zepp Nagoya - Nagoya, JPN
Mar. 17 - Shibuya-AX - Tokyo, JPN
Mar. 18 - Shibuya-AX – Tokyo, JPN

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza)


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