It has been announced that the long-awaited Nightwish movie Imaginaerum will have its German premiere at the "Kino in der KulturBrauerei" in Berlin, on February 11th, 2013. The screening in German cinemas will start on March 18th. Tickets are now also available online through this link. Also, please note that the language of the movie is English. Imaginaerum premiered in Finland in November and you can watch the trailer at this location.
Nightwish have recently performed a special showcase on November 10th at the Hartwall Arena in Helsinki on the night of the Imaginaerum world premiere, featuring vocalist Floor Jansen (ReVamp, ex-After Forever), who stepped in during their US tour. The band has now released a live clip of the song "I Want My Tears Back" recorded that night, taken from their last album Imaginaerum. Watch the live clip below.
In case you haven't yet heard, the soundtrack for the long expected Nightwish movie Imaginaerum will be released on November 9th, 2012. The album features 13 grandiose, unreleased re-interpretations of Imaginaerum tracks by Petri Alanko.
Imaginaerum: The Score, the soundtrack to Nightwish's eagerly awaited movie have been scheduled for release on November 9th. The band has however uploaded samples of some of the tunes that will be featured in the movie Imaginaerum, which are available for streaming below. You can also pre-order the soundtrack at the band's shop.
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish have released the first teaser trailer for the long-awaited movie Imaginaerum and now you can watch it below. In addition to that, the movie's official website has also been launched at http://www.imaginaerum.com.
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish will embark on a North American headlining tour in September with support from Kamelot.
The band commented: "Prepare your voices for screaming and your heads for dreaming! We are bringing Imaginaerum over to North America! This will be the one and only North American leg during the Imaginaerum World Tour, so make sure you'll be there!"
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish have released the trailer for the "Making of Imaginaerum" documentary, only available on the tour edition of Imaginaerum, which hits stores on April 13th via Nuclear Blast.
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish have announced the release of a Tour Edition of the band's new album Imaginaerum on April 13th. This special edition will contain two CDs and one DVD in a slipcase digibook. Additionally, there will be a 2LP release of the orchestral version on black or crystal vinyl in a gatefold. This orchestral version is new and not the instrumental mix found on the initial Imaginaerum 2CD releases.
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish have launched a video contest, where they await self-made and original music videos from the fans for "The Crow, The Owl And The Dove" single, which will be released on March 2nd. The contest ends on April 10th. The aim is to make a video and then upload it to YouTube. The winners will be chosen by the band, label and management, also considering the number of views and "likes".
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish's new album Imaginaerum has earned them an EMMA Award for best selling album of the year in Finland.
The band had this to say about it: "Yesterday we received an EMMA award for the most selling album in Finland 2011. What makes this extra special is the fact that it did so in just four weeks! Again, we can nothing but bow before the loyalty and enthusiasm of our fantastic fans! Thank you!"
Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish will release the second single "The Crow, The Owl And The Dove" off the album Imaginaerum, on February 29th via Nuclear Blast Records. You can pre-order it at this location. Along with the title track, the single will include a previously unreleased song called "The Heart Asks Pleasure First". The cut will be available in two different versions, including an instrumental one. "The Crow, The Owl And The Dove" is featured in three versions: the radio-edit, album version and an instrumental.
Amazon uploaded audio samples for each song from Imaginaerum, the new upcoming album from the Finnish symphonic metal act Nightwish. The samples were uploaded to the band's Soundcloud website and you can now listen to them here.
Nightwish posted the following on their official website: "Here are the official tasters from Imaginaerum! Even Amazon was so enthusiastic about the album, that they had to share these samples without asking us... If you want to experience the true impact of the album, we recommend that you do something else and not listen to these. With lots of respect!"