WINTERSUN Mainman Interviewed At U.K.'s BLOODSTOCK OPEN AIR (Video)

Onslaught Radio and CraveMetal.tv conducted separate interviews with vocalist WINTERSUN/ex-ENSIFERUM singer Jari Menp at this year's edition of the Bloodstock Open Air festival, which was held August 12-14, 2011 at Catton Hall in Derbyshire, United Kingdom, can be viewed below. You can now watch the interview footage below.

WINTERSUN is continuing work on its long-awaited second album, tentatively titled "Time". Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Sons Of Winter And Stars", "Land Of Snow And Sorrow", "Time", "The Way Of The Fire", "One With The Shadows", "Storm" and "Silver Leaves".

The band previously described the upcoming album as containing "seven epic songs and quite long ones. It's a theme album. The music has some new dimensions, but has also the recognizable 'WINTERSUN style.'"

WINTERSUN's debut CD, "Jari Menp", was released in September 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records.

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