TAROT Secure European, Canadian Deal For New Album

Finland's TAROT, the group led by NIGHTWISH/ex-SINERGY bassist Marco Hietala, have secured a European and Canadian deal for their latest CD, "Suffer Our Pleasures". The album, which debuted at No. 10 on the Finnish album chart upon its release in May, will be released in the following territories on September 1:

Canada (Universal)
England (Universal)
Sweden (Stockholm Records/Universal)
Germany (Motor Music/Universal)
Norway (Universal)

The group's "Pyre Of Gods" video (download) will also be broadcast on an MTV Nordic advertisement campaign between August 27 and September 27.

TAROT, whose previous album, "For The Glory Of Nothing", came out in 1998, never officially broke up and have managed to play at least a couple of live gigs ever year. TAROT feature Hietala on bass/vocals, his brother Zachary on guitar, Janne Tolsa on keyboards, and Pecu Cinnari on drums.


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