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Wintersun Posts Choir Recordings Studio Footage For "Time I"

Finnish metal band Wintersun posted additional studio footage for the forthcoming "Time" albums, this time focusing on the choir recordings for the final chorus of "Sons of Winter and Stars." "Time I," is scheduled for release on October 12, 2012 (EU) and October 19, 2012 (North America) via Nuclear Blast.

The band commented on the video: "We asked some friends from fellow bands to help us out. We were honored that all of them were excited to do it. We knew that this would turn out to be something special. The recording took place at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki, Finland. The choir consisted of Markus and Sami from Ensiferum; Mathias, Olli and Jukka-Pekka from Turisas; Heri from Tyr; Mikko from Kiuas and Teemu and Jukka from Wintersun. It was a real pleasure to see all these talented guys around the microphone singing their hearts outs! And the end result was amazing! Thanks guys! Here´s some video footage from the session, enjoy!"

Previous trailers can be viewed here and at this location. The band will be touring North America for the first time with Eluveitie and Varg this December. For complete dates, head over to this location. A trailer for the tour can be seen below following the studio footage.

The track listing for "Time I" is as follows:

1. When Time Fades Away
2. Sons of Winter and Stars
I Rain of Stars
II Surrounded by Darkness
III Journey Inside a Dream
IV Sons of Winter and Stars
3. Land of Snow and Sorrow
4. Darkness and Frost
5. Time

Check out the studio footage here:

At trailer for the upcoming North American tour can be seen here:

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