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Green Carnation Issue Post-Quart Festival Report

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Norwegian prog metal masters GREEN CARNATION have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Warming up on Wednesday at Kick, with an all-acoustic set, GREEN CARNATION for the first time introduced their new found cooperation with Anne Marie Amedal — as a surprise to the 100-150 people that were chilling out in the heat. She contributed both on 'Transparent Me' — as on the 'Burden' EP, and she also did harmonies for the last song on the track, Stein Roger Sordal's beautiful 'The Burden is Mine...Alone'.

The set list from the acoustic showcase:
01. Alone
02. Sweet Leaf
03. My Greater Cause
04. Transparent Me
05. The Burden is Mine...Alone

"The following day, GREEN CARNATION played in front of more than 2000 people in their own home town, Kristiansand, here representented with Michael. The show was the first GREEN CARNATION show in their hometown for more than one year, and the feedback from both the press and the crowd was extremely good."

Commented bassist Stein Roger Sordal: "There has been so much more attention around the band this time. Mind you — we did play the Quart Festival also in 2003, after the release of the 'Blessing' album, but this was a whole new experience for us."

Check out pictures at GreenCarnation.no.

Source: Blabbermouth

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