AJATTARA To Release Christmas Single

AJATTARA, the Finnish "black/dark metal" project featuring former AMORPHIS frontman Pasi Koskinen (a.k.a. Ruoja), will release a special two-song Christmas single in Finland on November 24. Three copies of the single — containing the tracks "Ilon Päivä" and "Hei Tonttu-Ukot Hyppikää" — will include a special voucher entiting the holder to the traditional Finnish Christmas ham courtesy of the band's record label, Spinefarm Records. Owners of three other specially marked copies of the single will receive AJATTARA's catalog autographed by the band.

AJATTARA recently issued their third album, "Tyhjyys" ("Emptiness") through through the Spinefarm Records subsidiary Spikefarm. Recordings for the CD took place at Savonlinna's Sundi Coop studio, where AJATTARA recorded their earlier releases, "Itse" (2001) and "Kuolema" (2003).

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