The Finns Amoral have released a live video for the song "Prolong A Stay" as an appetizer for the upcoming Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows Tour. The video was filmed at Nosturi, Helsinki earlier this year at the band's 10-year anniversary show by ETE Media Production. Watch the video here. You might know the song if you listened to the band's newest album Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows released this February.
The Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows Tour begins as a headlining stint in Finland, before the band joins Dark Tranquillity for a three-week European tour in November.
12-09 - Finland - Osmos Cosmos Bar / Imatra
13-09 - Finland - House Of Rock / Kouvola
26-09 - Finland - Old Cock / Lappeenranta
04-10 - Finland - On The Rocks / Helsinki
10-10 - Finland - Calle Night Club / Kokkola
11-10 - Finland - Jalostamo / Hyvinkää
18-10 - Finland - Klubi / Tampere
06-11 - Germany - k 17 / Berlin
08-11 - The Netherlands - Bolwerk / Sneek
09-11 - UK - Underworld / London
11-11 - France - Trabendo / Paris
12-11 - Switzerland - Schüür / Luzern
13-11 - Italy - RnRArena / Romangnano
14-11 - Italy - Rockplanet / Pinarella di Cervia
15-11 - Austria - Szene / Vienna
16-11 - Hungary - 202 Club / Budapest
17-11 - Germany - Colos aal / Aschaffenburg
18-11 - Germany - Backstage / Munich
19-11 - Czech Republic - Serikovka / Pilzen
20-11 - Poland - Alibi / Wroclaw
21-11 - Germany - F Haus / Jena
22-11 - Germany - Sputnikhalle / Munster
23-11 - Germany - Werkstatt / Cologne
I like their approach to prog even if it's boring to watch them play on stage, but still not a big fan of those vocals. It'd also be nice if they wrote something a little heavier, all this focus on melody gets a bit stale.
Written by BloodTears on 01.09.2014 at 19:26 I see nothing wrong with his voice though.
I do think there's far worse out there, but it's still the weakest aspect of their sound to me. I actually like their latest album (musically) but the vocals are a big turn-off. Another band that comes to mind with that kind of setup is The Ocean, although personally I've always really enjoyed the vocals.