03:40 - Redn1ght I mean, fuck.. Some Japanese get way too stressed about the competition-level of the school systems there. No joke.
03:39 - -DC-002- You're right Redn1ght. Asia may have better statistics (who cares) in school but the way they go about it is awful. The education system is a machine to get results and grow more servants with a stunted viewpoint of reality.
03:31 - Redn1ght And of course, fear of being a fucking disgrace to your whole family also helps to boost the morale there. :^)
03:19 - Redn1ght The only reason Asian schools are better is because they are like "Ultra-Hardcore Mode, NO FAILURE MODE!" rogue likes. :P
02:53 - deadone No, their public school systems are generally better - more results orientated and less hippy "feel good about yourself" crap with teachers that don't know where Paris is or what 4x7 is (types of teachers I know).
The trolls are back and they have good news for the fans. Finntroll is coming to Europe since it's been 10 whole years since the band released their album Nattfödd and the hit "Trollhammaren" on it. That calls for a party and Finntroll will be bringing with them the Danes Hatesphere and Profane Omen to celebrate. On this tour, the folk metallers will play the Nattfödd album in its entirety every day, and then some.
Having recently released their sixth full-length Blodsvept, Finntroll performed at a handful of exclusive release shows in May and now announce a full-on tour in Europe for September/October. You can expect to hear old and new classics. Their friends Týr from the Faroe Islands and Skálmöld from Iceland will support them on the party. Moreover, a US tour will follow in November and the Canadian fans can see the band in August in Toronto and also Montreal for the Heavy MTL Festival.
"Häxbrygd", the new video from Finland's Humppa metallers Finntroll, is now available for viewing below. The song "Häxbrygd" is taken from their most recent album Blodsvept which was released via Century Media Records in Europe on March 2013 and hits stores in North America on April 2nd.
Want to hear another new song from Finnish trolls Finntroll's upcoming Blodsvept album? Well, now you can because "Mordminnen" has been made available online for streaming and you can listen to it on the YouTube video located below.
The Finns Finntroll are building up the anticipation for Blodsvept, their newest eccentricity, by releasing a six-minute preview of all the songs set to appear on the album. You can hear bits from the upcoming Blodsvept now below while you wait for it to drop on March 25th in Europe and April 2nd in North America under Century Media Records.
Three years of wait for new material from Finntroll ends today because you get to listen to the brand new song "Blodsvept". Feel free to enjoy the song on the player below and tell us what you think. The track is set to appear on the band's sixth album Blodsvept which Century Media Records will release on March 25th, 2013 in Europe and April 2nd in North America.
Maybe forced to do it because the information somehow leaked yesterday, Finntroll's label Century Media has officially revealed the details about the band's highly awaited new album. The brand new opus is titled Blodsvept and it will be released on March 25th, 2013 in Europe. The cover artwork and the tracklist for the new album can be seen below.
Folk metallers Finntroll are hard at work in the studio recording their sixth album at Sonic Pump Studios in Helsinki. The successor to Nifelvind and yet untitled album will be released worldwide through Century Media Records in late March 2013. The wait is finally over.
Finns Finntroll have announced that they will enter Sonic Pump to record their 6th full-length album in November. The yet unamed album and follow-up to 2010's Nifelvind will be released worldwide through Century Media. You can expect to know the release date and additional info soon.
Finnish black/folk metallers Finntroll have set their latest release Nifelvind to be reissued as a limited tour edition with three, unreleased bonus cover tracks of Metallica, Pet Shop Boys and Oingo Boingo for their upcoming headliner tour with Finnish battle metallers Turisas.
Following a successful first run in 2010, The Finnish Metal Tour will once again unleash itself on North America in early 2011.
Dubbed The Finnish Metal Tour 2, the trek will feature co-headliners Finntroll (Century Media) and Ensiferum (Spinefarm). Support will come from Barren Earth (Peaceville), and Rotten Sound (Relapse). The tour will start on January 31, 2011 in Orlando, Florida and conclude on March 4 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Tickets for the tour will be available starting August 17, 2010 via an exclusive Internet presale on EnterTheVault.com. VIP tickets will also be available and include a pre-show meet-and-greet with Finntroll and Ensiferum. All shows will then go on sale through normal ticketing systems on September 7, 2010.
Finnish folk metal heroes Finntroll have announced their second headliner tour in support of their album "Nifelvind", to take place in Fall/Winter 2010. Support will come from Samael from Switzerland, Rotting Christ from Greece, Metsatöll from Estonia and Nothnegal from the Maledives. "That's what we call Pan-European!"
The tour dates:
26.11.2010 BE - Vosselaar, Biebob
27.11.2010 DE - Essen, Turock
28.11.2010 NL - Leuwaarden, Romein Popodium
29.11.2010 DE - Hamburg, Markthalle
30.11.2010 DE - Braunschweig, Meier Music Hall
01.12.2010 DE - Ludwigsburg, Rockfabrik
02.12.2010 DE - Berlin, K17
03.12.2010 DE - Leipzig, Hellraiser
04.12.2010 DE - Lichtenfels, Metal Meeting
Finntroll proudly present their brand new video for the song "Under Bergets Rot" from their most recent album Nifelvind, which has topped several European charts in February 2010.
Guitarist Routa comments: "This video is definitely a very special video for us. We have been thinking of doing an animation video for years actually, but for some reason we never did it, until now. With the release of the Nifelvind album we were asked to do 2 video. Century Media gave us free hands to choose from which ever songs we wanted. The first video was made for "Solsagan" and was made by Finnish company Vasara Films. As we have always done our music videos by ourselves, as me being a writer and director with the full support of the rest of the band of course, it was very difficult to let someone else do it. Even though the basic concept came from the band, it still didn't feel right. After the "Solsagan" video we weren't 100% convinced about letting someone else do our videos. So we were thinking what to do with the next video...