Band Photo: Stam1na (?)
From: Lemi, Finland
Last Known Status: Active
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The weekend festivities of the second and third day of Tuska started a bit later for me, but still managed to start with a bang that resounded for the whole weekend! With a lineup a bit less intense then the first day, there was a lot of room to really observe performances and finally get that summer festival feeling. Both days featured very different genres, but as always with Tuska, there is truly something for everyone, even if that something is as simple as ice cold cider and a cool breeze on a hot day. More...
With some after parties of legendary proportions at one of Helsinki’s many metal bars, I have to admit waking up was not so easy Saturday morning. And then I remembered it was day two of the expo, and went on my merry way back downtown. Day two of the expo would ring in the Finnish metal awards as well as many more bands, with the headliners today being Stam1na and Turisas. More...
Finland's Stam1na has announced the band's new album "Nocebo" will be released this coming February 8th, 2012. The track listing is as follows:
2. Valtiaan Uudet Vaateet
3. Tavastia Palamaan!
4. Puolikas Ihminen
9. Ei Encorea
10. Arveton On Arvoton More...
Finnish metal band Stam1na has issued the following update:
"Stam1na is now five member band as keyboard player Emil Lähteenmäki was confirmed as an official band member in Jurassicrock last friday. Emil has played all the keyboard parts for Stam1na's records and has been playing live with Stam1na since 2007."
Finnish metallers STAM1NA have confirmed tour dates in support of their third album Raja, which is out now via Sakara Records. Dates include:
18 - Savonlinna, Finland - OKL-liikuntahalli
19 - Helsinki, Finland - Virgin Oil Co.
25 - Kouvola, Finland - House Of Rock
27 - Berlin, Germany - Knaack
30 - Helsinki, Finland - Tavastia
2 - Jyväskylä, Finland - Viihdekeskus
3 - Tampere, Finland - YO-talo
22 - Helsinki, Finland - On The Rocks
23 - Lahti, Finland - Night Life
24 - Juva, Finland - Hotelli Juva
Lemi, Finland-based heavy metal quartet STAM1NA has topped the Finnish album chart with its third effort, "Raja", which came out on February 13 through Sakara Records. The CD was recorded at Purple Fly studio in the band's hometown. Production duties were handled by Janne Joutsenniemi, whose legendary band STONE was one of the STAM1NA's biggest influences. Miitri Aaltonen, who produced the first two STAM1NA albums, mixed the new CD.
Regarding the band's collaboration with Janne Joutsenniemi, STAM1NA guitarist/vocalist Antti "Hyrde" Hyyrynen previously said, "This is a match made in heaven and a big step for the band. Janne will most certainly bring his own thing to this album. Let's [put] it this way: The mustard machine is still the same but Janne changes our diapers."
Hyyrynen continued: "About the lyrical part I can say that again we search, explore and try both our and boundaries of humanity. During the last few years we have tried our limits and probably gone even beyond them."
STAM1NA was formed in 1996 and has released two albums so far: "Stam1na" (2005) and "Uudet Kymmenen Käskyä" (2006), which landed at No. 3 on the Finnish album chart and received the 2006 Emma award for "Best Metal Album".
STAM1NA, a metal quartet from Lemi, Finland, will release their third album Raja on February 13th via Sakara Records.
The tracklisting for Raja is as follows: 'Hammasratas', 'Susi-ihminen', 'Muistipalapelit', 'Vartijaton', 'Voima Vastaan Viha', 'Lääke', 'Kädet Vasten Lasia', 'Luova Hulluus', 'Muuri', 'Murtumispiste'.
Raja was recorded in Stam1na's hometown in Lemi at the Purple Fly-studio. Janne Joutsenniemi (STONE) produced the album. Miitri Aaltonen who produced the first two Stam1na-albums mixed Raja.
The fourth edition of Finnish Metal Expo will take place in Helsinki, February 15th-16th, with a meeting of international metal professionals (journalists, labels, promotions, etc.) being held a day earlier. On the 15th, the organizers will recognize fan-voted awards to Finnish artists/bands. The band schedule is as follows:
Friday, February 15th: TURISAS, MUNICIPAL WASTE, MUSTASCH, SOTAJUMALA, DISCARD, Finnish Metal Awards
Saturday, February 16th: SOILWORK, STAM1NA, KORPIKLAANI, NORTHER, THE SCOURGER, THE SORROW, KIUAS, AMBERIAN DAWN, tba
STAM1NA, a metal quartet from Lemi, Finland will start the recording of their third album on September 10th. For atmospheric reasons, the forthcoming album will be recorded in their hometown Lemi in the Purple Fly-studio. Janne Joutsenniemi will produce the album. His legendary band Stone was one of the biggest influences for Stam1na. Miitri Aaltonen who produced the first two Stam1na-albums will be mixing this one. The working title for the album is Raja and the recordings should be finished during this year. Their new album will hit the stores in the early 2008.
Antti "Hyrde" Hyyrynen, the guitarist vocalist of the band is excited for this chance to work with his childhood hero Janne Joutsenniemi.
"This is a match made in heaven and a big step for the band. Janne will most certainly bring his own thing to this album. Let's say it this way: The mustard-machine is still the same but Janne changes our dipers", says Hyyrynen.
"About the lyrical part I can say that again we search, explore and try both our and boundaries of humanity. During the last few years we have tried our limits and probably gone even beyond them.", says Hyyrynen about the lyrics of Stam1na
Stam1na was found on 1996 and they have released 2 albums so far: Stam1na (2005) and Uudet Kymmenen Käskyä (2006) which went to number 3 on finnish albumcharts and it received an Emma-award by being the best metal album of 2006 in Finland.
Kalmah has been confirmed for Finland's Räntämetalli Festival on November 12. The festival will be taking place November 11 and 12. Other bands set to play include Moonsorrow, Rotten Sound, Omnium Gatherum, Stam1na and Swallow the Sun. For more information, visit www.rantametalli.com.
Tuska Open Air Metal Festival has added more international and Finnish acts to the 2005 roster. The line-up is almost complete with only 1 more artist to be added for Saturday afternoon as well as the winner from the band contest at Rotonde-Festival, France, which is to be held later this spring. This year's Tuska-Festival is more international than ever, with nearly half of the artists coming from abroad. The evening clubs will most likely see some international action as well.
New additions in Finnish professionalism will be represented by Apocalyptica, whose cello metal is witnessed way too rarely on their native soil. Apocalytica just recently supported Rammstein on their European tour and appeared stateside on a few selected dates.
German precision and universal greatness is brought to you by the mighty Gamma Ray. The band last appeared on the bill at Tuska 2000 and have since built their fanbase by selling out club shows on a regular basis.
Other additions include up-and-coming death metallers Amoral, Finnish-singing Stam1na and Viikate, as well as Callisto who are about to embark on a European tour in a few weeks.
The search continues for one more, either domestic or foreign artist.
Ticket sales for Tuska 2005 start on Friday April 1st. Three-day ticketcosts 67 euro, one-day ticket 32 euro. Go to www.lippupalvelu.fi to purchase tickets.
Current Tuska 2005 line-up reads as follows: More...