04:42 - Ceddybu I feel like those cheese makers who spent like 100 years aging crazy cheeses to perfection are pretty pissed about the reputation their food has.
04:41 - Redn1ght The cheesyness was a fun factor for me. I want to listen to bands with some orchestral elements and heavy instruments. Anyone know something like this?
04:37 - BoxCar Willy Dawn of Victory is the only decent album they wrote. You could pour it on nachos tho, it's so cheesy.
04:37 - Ceddybu I was just kidding, cause you know power metal and everyone having a slave-era southerner brand of hatred towards it. Emerald Sword is a mighty song though. and their 2010 album was pretty good
While they don't release their new album Time II, and that could be a while but the plan is 2014, Wintersun have announced a North American headlining tour for this summer. The band played a series of sold-out shows last year in North America with Eluveitie and the Finns will now return for a headlining tour this August/September. Joining them are Italian symphonic death metal champions Fleshgod Apocalypse, melodic tech-death outfit Arsis and up-and-comers Starkill.
Finns Wintersun have recently confirmed that they will play at several club shows across the United Kingdom and Ireland this coming July. The band will be performing in support of their latest new album Time I, which was released on October 19th via Nuclear Blast Records.
The time has come to listen to the new Wintersun album. The long awaited and extremely over-due Time I is finally here. You can stream the album exclusively and in its entirety at the band's official website. Time I is Wintersun's second album and it will see its first release on October 19th, in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Finland and Norway under Nuclear Blast.
No, it is not a new full song from Wintersun, but the band just announced that they and Swiss folk metallers Eluveitie will co-headline a North American tour this winter. They will be joined by Varg as well. The trek will celebrate Eluveitie's 10th anniversary and serve as Wintersun's introduction to North American shores. See the dates below.
This short but significant excerpt of the track "Sons Of Winter And Stars" not only is the wake-up call for everyone interested in music, it's the battle cry of a band that released their self-titled debut album eight long years ago and had had to live up to the highest expectations and pressure of time for the eagerly awaited successor ever since. As Wintersun turned out to be a critically-acclaimed masterpiece of musical art, the band unintentionally found themselves facing the situation of having to out-do their previous work, and soon.
Wintersun have released a new update about their album Time I new release date and announced two Finnish album release shows. The release date of Time I has now been brought forward to October 12th (instead of 19th) via Nuclear Blast and the band will do two special album release shows in Finland. The first show will be at Lutakko in Jyväskylä on October 12th and the second one at Nosturi in Helsinki on October 13th. The support acts will be Thaurorod (Lutakko and Nosturi) and Medicated (Nosturi).
Finns Wintersun have just posted online the second studio trailer for their upcoming album Time I, which will be released on October 19th via Nuclear Blast. The second Time I trailer can be seen below.
Yesterday, Finnish extreme power metallers Wintersun's drummer Kai Hahto hinted about a new Wintersun update planned for today, and as promised, the update is here. The band will headline the Heidenfest tour in October/November and the new album will be released in late summer.
As promised by drummer Kai Hahto last weekend, an official update from the Wintersun camp has hit the interwebs. Here goes:
"Hi everyone! It's been a while.
I've been working very hard with the synths & orchestrations and I can finally say that I'm feeling very positive about finishing this long and gruesome task by Christmas. So hopefully around the end of December I can finally start mixing the album. I still have a few vocal parts unfinished, but I will be singing them meanwhile I'm mixing.
The only problem about the mixing is that my current computer gear simply cannot handle these insanely huge projects. And the other problem is that I have no money for new gear. So we have discussed about this problem with our label & management and they have agreed to help us with an advance to buy new and more powerful computer gear, but only if we agree to play a few shows and show people that Wintersun is still alive. So after carefully weighting all the different possibilies, we think we need to play these shows to help the completion of the album.