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Pro Shot Live Footage With Floor Jansen Posted By Nightwish

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Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish posted pro shot live footage of the band's performance of "I Want My Tears Back" featuring Floor Jansen on vocals. The footage was taken from the band's performance at the Hartwall Areena in Helsinki on November 10, 2012 and was directed by Ville Lipiainen. The track appears on the band's latest LP "Imaginaerum" (see review at this location).

The ReVamp vocalist has been fulfilling the band's live dates since the band's split with Anette Olzon at the beginning of October. No permanent replacement has been announced as of yet.

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1. Bev writes:

i saw Nightwish in Orlando with Floor. This number was spectacular. I hope they keep her, she brings power in the form of a strong, confident female in the lead vocal role. I loved both previous singer, but I think Floor is the most perfect fit. I look forward to the next incarnation of Nightwish!

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2. EsotericSurgery writes:

I think I'm in love. Not sure. Either way my pen!s twitched. I hope they keep her...I agree with the above comment. Best fit yet...with respect to Tarja and Annette of course.

Wtf would we even call this?? Powerfolk!? :S I like it.

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