12:15 - Zaphod That joke got old about 11 years ago
12:08 - ANGEL REAPER September has ended, time to give Billie Joe a call to wake him up like good old internet tradition says..
10:30 - RazMan @RedOctober In Anathemas case I think it's good, Distan satellites was a bit disappointing but other that that I've loved all their albums. But Opeth won't climb out of the grave they dug with the three last albums.
08:56 - RedOctober The probability of Opeth becoming metal again is similar to Anathema becoming metal again.
08:49 - God Alone [link] It's 29 minutes long, but I read on The Ajna Offensive fb page it's an LP, not an EP.
08:36 - God Alone OMFG Deathspell Omega are back?!? I'm dying.
With the upcoming album Imaginaerum in the making, Finnish symphonic metallers Nightwish will embark on a European tour in support of the album in next year. The tour takes off in Göteborg/Gothenburg, Sweden on April 10th.
With the confirmed dates below, more dates, and info, are to be announced.
Imaginaerum European Tour 2012 dates:
04/10 - Lisebergshallen - Göteborg - Sweden
04/11 - Falconer Theater - København - Denmark
04/13 - Heineken Music Hall - Amsterdam - Netherlands
04/14 - ISS Dome - Düsseldorf - Germany
04/16 - Forest National - Brussels - Belgium
04/17 - Bercy - Paris - France
04/18 - Zenith - Nantes - France
04/20 - Halle Tony Garnier - Lyon - France
04/21 - Rockhal - Luxembourg - Luxembourg
04/23 - Jahrhunderthalle - Frankfurt - Germany
04/24 - Hallenstadion - Zurich - Switzerland
04/25 - Forum - Milano - Italy
04/27 - Gasometer - Vienna - Austria
04/29 - Budapest Arena - Budapest - Hungary
04/30 - Tesla (T-Mobile Arena) - Prague - Czech Republic
05/01 - Arena - Leipzig - Germany
05/03 - O2 World - Hamburg - Germany
05/05 - Arena - Nuremberg - Germany
05/06 - Schleyerhalle - Stuttgart - Germany
05/08 - Krizanke - Ljubljana - Slovenia
Great Britain is in Europe, or don't nightwish understand this?
Perhaps they mean continental Europe.
Nop, the Iberian Peninsula is Continental Europe...furthermore it has, alongside Britain, the oldest borders of Europe =)
You're right there dude, it's just Anoying because Great Britain used to be heavy metal central (well we had a decent amount of big bands and concerts, but now it seems more and more big bands are ignoring Britain or just doing London and a date somewhere north. Including Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, 2 of the biggest British bands, thank god for Bloodstock and Download.