Amorphis - Working On New Album, Announce 360° Concert Experience

Melancholic progressive metallers Amorphis recently finished their successful 18-concert Under The Red Cloud summer tour. But before the Finns close the touring cycle in support of their latest album, there's great news from the band's camp: they have signed another record deal with Nuclear Blast. The other good news is that the band is working on a new album, to be released next year.

Guitarist Esa Holopainen commented: "I'm really happy to announce that Amorphis got re-signed to Nuclear Blast! It's nice to be working with such professional and familiar people. Amorphis has done a lot of touring for the past two years around the globe and now it's time to head back to the studio. This means that the new album will be released next year! It has also been a really nice experience for all of us to play with Olli-Pekka again and for that reason we're glad to have him participating in the making of the new record."

To make the last Under The Red Cloud show even more special, the band has come up with a great idea: fans can "jump on stage" with Amorphis at The Circus, Helsinki on September 23rd - as part of a 360° experience! The gig will be streamed live, free of charge, but fans can still donate directly to the band on the streaming page. You can also win a limited edition of an Amorphis VR headset and enjoy the show to the max here.

You can also watch the show at this location.

Amorphis live 2017:
20.09. FIN - Jyväskylä - Lutakko
21.09. FIN - Tampere - Pakkahuone
22.09. FIN - Lahti - Finlandia-Klubi
23.09. FIN - Helsinki - The Circus

Amorphis live 2018:
10. - 12.05. NOR - Kopervik - Karmoygeddon Metal Festival
04. - 07.07. GER - Ballenstedt - Rockharz Open Air
02. - 04.08. GER - Wacken - Wacken Open Air
08. - 11.08. ESP - Villena - Leyendas del Rock

Band profile: Amorphis
Posted: 14.09.2017 by BloodTears


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14.09.2017 - 18:33
That's cool. Amorphis keeps delivering.
15.09.2017 - 20:23
Thought we were due a new one. Ever since I got into them with Silent Waters and Skyforger, I kept waiting to see if they would grow stale if they didn't overhaul their sound. 3 albums later and I still love everything they do, even if the changes in their sound are pretty minor (if still notable) between songs and albums. Really excited to see what they come up with next, UTRC was fantastic from front to back and had a pleasing degree of variety

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