Finnish metallers AMORPHIS have released their video for the song "Silent Waters". Watch the clip below.
An e-card for AMORPHIS's upcoming album, "Silent Waters", has been made available at this location. The CD was recorded at Sonic Pump studios in Helsinki, Finland. Mixing duties were handled by Mikko Karmila (NIGHTWISH, STRATOVARIUS) at Finnvox studios.
"Silent Waters" track listing:
01. Weaving The Incantation 02. A Servant 03. Silent Waters 04. Towards And Against 05. I Of Crimson Blood 06. Her Alone 07. Enigma 08. Shaman 09. The White Swan 10. Black River 11. Sign (bonus track on digipak)
The album will be released on August 29 (Finland)/August 31 (other countries).
AMORPHIS will embark on a European tour in November. The first leg of the "Silent Waters European Tour" will take AMORPHIS to Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium, Norway and Sweden before the band returns to Finland for a concert at Nosturi in Helsinki. Support on the trek will come from SWALLOW THE SUN and INSOMNIUM.
AMORPHIS' latest single, "Silent Waters", entered the Finnish chart at position No. 2.
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