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[Continued from Part I]
SATURDAY, 6/28 - 13:30
“That’s a killer e-cig; where’d you pick it up?”
Actually, the stranger on the bus doesn’t say that. At least not in English. And judging from his condescending glare from a row up and across the aisle, I’m thinking he doesn’t approve.
I exhale the last puff of vapor toward the ceiling and shrug uncomfortably.
Rachel exchanges a few words with him, nudges me on the shoulder. “He’s definitely not from here - I can’t recognize his accent - but he says you’re not allowed to do that on the bus.”
“If he’s not from here, why’s he lecturing other people on the rules?” I shoot the man a neutral nod. “This stuff isn’t affecting him.” Still, I put it away. Some people, man. Busybodies.
Through my vest pocket, I finger the boxy outline of the pack of Marlboro Reds I bought last night after I caved. Post-Dimmu, our gearing-down at Nikky’s place a few blocks away became a relaxed, languid, drawn-out gab session, leading us to miss the afterparty band, Amorphis. For shame. Harakiri shame.
Instead, we ended up at PRKL, another rock club, well after midnight. After buying the pack and stepping outside to smoke one, I nearly got myself flattened by a passing street tram. That was probably some kind of sign. More...
Finnish industrial giants Turmion Katilot have posted an official video for the track "Rehtori." The song is the seventh track from the band's recent album "Technodiktator," which was released in the fall of 2013. Directing for the video was provided by Toni Riekkinen, while the screenplay was presided over by Jouni Kangas.
Finnish industrial metal band Turmion Kätilöt has posted a track-by-track preview of its upcoming album "Technodiktator" onto its facebook page. The album is due out on Sept. 27th via OsastoARecords. Turmion Katilot's album release party will kick off in Helsinki on the album's release day and conclude on December 7th at Harjavalta. Get details on the tour over here. The tracklisting for the eight songs on "Technodiktator" follows below:
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...
Prolific Finnish industrial metal act Turmion Katilot recently posted its most current single, "Jalopiina," which you can stream for yourself below. Turmion Katilot is also offering the single to fans over on its website. The single "Jalopiina (Radio Rock)," which will possibly find its way onto a fifth full-length album from the band, is particularly noteworthy for another reason. It was recorded while vocalist MC Raaka Pee was hospitalized with a stroke. Turmion Katilot also has some Finnish live dates, which are posted below.
08.06.2013 Espoo, Kivenlahtirock
21.06.2013 Mikkeli, Visulahden Juhannus
29.06.2013 Helsinki, Circus - Tuska after party
13.07.2013 Kouvola, Pioneeri Festivaali
19.07.2013 Sotkamo, Sotkamon Syke
20.07.2013 Lappeenranta, Rakuunarock
26.07.2013 Oulu, Qstock
02.08.2013 Pori, Porispere
03.08.2013 Kuopio, Kuopiorock
10.08.2013 Rovaniemi, Simerock
17.08.2013 Kotka, Dark River Festival
The Swedes of Pain have just announced the “Kidneys To The Limit” 2012 mini-tour through Finland together with Finnish electro-crossover-metallers Turmion Kätilöt. Mastermind Peter Tägtgren states:
“We’ve decided to throw a party with our Finnish friends in Turmion Kätilöt that most likely will endanger your (and our) health. This time Pain will act as an opening act for TK.”
The mini-tour will cover the following five cities:
17.10. FIN Helsinki - Virgin Oil Co.
18.10. FIN Jyväskylä - Lutakko
19.10. FIN Mikkeli - Wilhelm
20.10. FIN Kuopio - Henry’s Pub
21.10. FIN Turku - Klubi
Industrial metal band TURMION KÄTILÖT released their new album entitled "USCH!" in June. The entire album can now be downloaded free of charge at Raharecords.com. The package also contains the lyrics.
Currently, the band is having issues with their record company, which are about to be solved in court. The new album has raised interest for TURMION KÄTILÖT in Germany, as the country well-known for its industrial metal tradition. The first single, "Minä Määrään," came out on May 21.
Here is the tracklisting of "USCH!":
1. Vuosi 2008
3. Pakanamaan Kartta
4. Kuolleitten Laulu
5. Paha Musta Veri
6. Minä Määrään
7. Destination Hades
8. Kuoleman Päivä
10. Shuttle To Venus
"It's going to the hardest summer EVER, so be careful...", threatens the band on Myspace, so stay tuned.
Spinefarm Record has released "Spinefarm Metal DVD 2." The contents:
1. Children of Bodom - Trashed, Lost & Strungout
2. To/Die/For - Little Deaths
3. Finntroll - Trollhammaren
4. Norther - Mirror of Madness
5. Tarot - Pyre of Gods
6. Entwine - Bitter Sweet
7. Children of Bodom - Sixpounder
8. Turmoin Katilot - Verta Ja Lihaa
9. Nightwish - Bless the Child
10. Ajattara - Haureus
11. Norther - Death Unlimited
12. Ram-Zet - Queen
13. Lowe Motor Corporation - Soul of a Pagan
14. Rotten Sound - Burden
15. Reverend Bizarre - Doom Over the World
16. Amoral - Other Flesh
17. Sonata Arctica - The Cage (Tavistia live)
18. To Separate the Flesh from the Bones - The Final Extinction (Tavastia live)
19. Rotten Sound - Targets (Tuska live)
20. To Separate the Flesh from the Bones - Drowned in Semen (Tavastia live)
21. Sonata Arctica - Kingdom for a Heart (Tavastia live)
22. Ensiferum - Battle Song (Party San live)
23. Children of Bodom - Bodom Beach Terror (Tuska live)
For more information, visit the Spinefarm Records website at www.spinefarm.fi.
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...