Tero Tolkki of Metal From Finland conducted an interview with NIGHTWISH bassist/vocalist and TAROT frontman Marco Hietala at this year's edition of the Tuska open-air metal festival, which was held July 22-24, 2011 at Suvilahti in Helsinki, Finland. You can now watch the chat below.

TAROT released a re-recorded version of its classic 1986 debut album, "The Spell Of Iron", under the title "The Spell Of Iron MMXI" on May 6 via Nuclear Blast Records. The band also filmed a video for the new version of its song "Wings Of Darkness", which was originally made available as TAROT's first single in 1986. Check out the clip below.

TAROT's ninth studio album, "Gravity Of Light", entered the official chart in TAROT's home country at position No. 2. This was the highest-ever chart position for the group in Finland.

"Gravity Of Light" was released outside Finland on April 23, 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records.

"Wings Of Darkness" video:


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