03:11 - Boxcar Willy TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT I DONT WANNA LET YOU GO TO YOU SEE THE LIGHT
01:16 - moonflash hmm, I duno. Looked like Uncharted to me which can be quite fun. They only showed preliminary gameplay so it definately had room for improvement. But that concept could've delivered some awesome narrative.
01:06 - Fearmeister The gameplay looked boring though. Just QTE simulator 2014
01:00 - moonflash Damn, Stars Wars 1313 would've been incredible! Shame it got cancelled. [link]
Ensiferum have been locked away in Astia Studio in Lappeenranta in Finland with producer Anssi Kippo for three weeks. Drums, bass and most of the guitar parts have been recorded for their new album which is tentatively scheduled for release worldwide on Metal Blade Records in early 2015. At the end of last week, guest musician Timo Väänänen tracked some takes with his kantele (see below), and over the weekend, vocalist Petri Lindroos began tracking vocals. It's almost done.
Finnish folk metallers Ensiferum are hitting the studio next month to record their upcoming album that follows Unsung Heroes. With pre-production out of the way, the band is prepared to begin recording. Work will begin on September 8th at Astia Studio in Lappeenranta, Finland with producer Anssi Kippo. Fans can expect to hear new music at the beginning of January 2015.
Back in 2013, Ensiferum signed a deal with Metal Blade Records and confirmed they were working on new songs. Since then, there hasn't been a lot of updates from the band. However, the Finnish folk metallers have now announced that the writing process is nearing completion. They plan to record the new album in September and October this year with producer Anssi Kippo at Astia Studio in Finland. The release date is tentatively scheduled for early 2015.
Ensiferum bassist Sami Hinkka announced that he will not be performing with the rest of the band at the upcoming festivals this coming weekend: Rockstad: Falun and Summer Breeze Open Air. Replacing him on these two shows will be Jukka-Pekka Miettinen, the former bassist of the band.
Ensiferum keyboardist Emmi Silvennoinen won't be taking part in the folk metallers upcoming South American tour set to start on May 28th "due to personal reasons". The band's guitarist Markus Toivonen also recently had a health issue but has since then recovered from a problem in his ear.
Finland's Ensiferum have forged a deal with Metal Blade Records. The band inked the deal with Metal Blade CEO Brian Slagel during the Paganfest USA tour and while they are already working on new songs, it will still be a while before they release a new album.
Last month, the line-up for the 4th edition of Paganfest America was announced and now the tour dates have finally been disclosed. The trek across the United States and Canada will be headlined by Ensiferum with support from Týr, Heidevolk, Trollfest, and Helsott in March/April.
The line-up of the 4th edition of Paganfest America will include Finland's Ensiferum as headliners, along with the return of Týr and additional support from Heidevolk, Trollfest, and Helsott. The tour is scheduled to kick off late March 2013 and will cover both the United States and Canada.
Unsung Heroes, the entire new album from the Finnish folk metallers Ensiferum, has been made available for streaming at this location. The album was released in Finland today on August 24th and will hit stores on August 27th and August 28th in the rest of Europe and North America through Spinefarm Records.
Finns Ensiferum have just released a brand new video today for the song "In My Sword I Trust", which was directed by Rafal Szermanowicz. The song will appear on the upcoming release Unsung Heroes, which hits stores on August 27th through Spinefarm Records. The new video for the song "In My Sword I Trust" can be watched below and you can get all the details about the video here.
Finnish folk metal group Ensiferum is offering a new look behind the scenes of the making of their new video for the song "In My Sword I Trust". The new song will be featured on their upcoming album Unsung Heroes, out on August 27th through Spinefarm Records. More album details here and here.
Finnish extreme folk masters Ensiferum have just unveiled the album artwork for the band's fifth studio album Unsung Heroes. The album is due for release on August 27th through Spinefarm Records. The album's artwork was created by Kristian Wåhlin. More album details were previously reported here.
Finns Ensiferum will be releasing their new album Unsung Heroes on August 27th through Spinefarm Records. The group has now checked in with the following announcement about new Finnish tour dates in September: "Before the band take to the road for the Bearers Of The Sword European Tour in support of the new album, Ensiferum are pleased to announce the Unsung Heroes Finland Tour. Featuring 5 shows across the country, Ensiferum will bring their signature folk-infused metal to all corners of Suomi, with support on this trek coming from Finnish "Reindeer" metallers A.R.G."
Ensiferum's fifth studio album will have the title Unsung Heroes and will be released via Spinefarm on the 27th August 2012.
Produced by Hiili Hiilesmaa (HIM, Sentenced, Apocalyptica, etc.) and also containing a 16 minute-plus epic "Passion Proof Power", the band comment:
"We've tried to push the different aspects of what we do as far as we can..." "...the sonic scope is wider than ever. The folk elements go further down that path and the metallic parts will absolutely rip your face off!"
Once again, album art has been supplied by Kristian Wahlin, with featured special guests including members of Die Apokalyptischen Reiter plus legendary Finnish singer & actor, Vesa-Matti Loiri.