Filmed in the final days of the recording process, Finnish Folk Metal Superstars Korpiklaani talk about their new album “Jylha“, their relationship with Producer Janne Saksa and how the Fire and Ice themes came together. March 2020 would have been their tour “Land of a Thousand Drinks” with them sharing our love of Jagermeister so here’s
After their interview with Beez last week as part of the Mosh Talks series for Knotfest.com, Korpiklaani have given us a music video for “Tuuleton” or “The Windless“. A Folk Metal take of an almost flightless bird who mourns his inability to fly like the others and with Winter coming, struggles to survive on the
Having gone Flying V’s and Fire and Ice with their new EP “Niemi“, Jarkko Aaltonen from Finnish Folk Metallers Korpiklaani took some time to chat with Heavy New York a out the record, joining the already established act in 2005 and their notorious Jagermeister drinking antics. They named a song after it. None else calls
Finnish Folk Metal Superstars Korpiklaani may not have made it to Hammerfest 2020 but they have created a flaming good video for “Niemi“, the first single to come after their current album “Kulkija”. Flying V’s at the ready with ice and fire themes, the band are already claiming that the new record will be their
Our Listmania season will come to an end tomorrow with the New Years Honours List but before it does, there is just about enough time to squeeze in one more; 5 drinking songs for New Years Eve; because what else do people do on New Years Eve except drink a skin full, party and bulls***?!
A Melodic Death Metal quintet with Progressive and Doom Metal influences, Insomnium formed in 1997, with a song writing axis of bassist and vocalist Niilo Sevänen and guitarist Dr. Ville Friman creating music around lyrical themes that portray darkness, pain, sorrow and loss. It was 2006 before the bands third studio album “Above the Weeping
Finnish Folk Metal Superstars Korpiklaani have announed a March 2020 trek across the UK entitled “Land of a Thousand Drinks” to take them to Hammerfest 2020 with direct support for the whole run from Burning Witches. Their current album “Kulkija” has seen then unveil a number of singles of late including one in tribute to