NIGHTWISH Singer To Guest On New THE RASMUS Album

NIGHTWISH singer Anette Olzon will make a guest appearance on the new album from Finnish rockers THE RASMUS, entitled "Black Roses".

Commented THE RASMUS singer Lauri Ylönen: "We've had a really busy spring, putting the album together with the guys. These 'last-minute' ideas and fixes have become come very important for the 'Black Roses' album, so all the waiting is worth it! For example, we brought this eight-year-old song idea back to life. It's a duet song. I got a wild idea to ask the NIGHTWISH singer Anette Olzon to sing it together with me. I called her and she said YES! So good things come for those who wait. We're getting there! Prepare yourselves for the greatest murder ballad in a while!!"

Olzon recently made a guest appearance on the song "Heart Full Of Fire" from BROTHER FIRETRIBE, the Finnish AOR/hard rock band featuring NIGHTWISH guitarist Emppu Vuorinen. The track is the title cut of BROTHER FIRETRIBE's new album, which is scheduled for release on May 14 via Spinefarm Records.

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