BROTHER FIRETRIBE: NIGHTWISH Guitarist's Side Project Lands On Finnish Chart
BROTHER FIRETRIBE, the Finnish AOR/hard rock band featuring NIGHTWISH guitarist Emppu Vuorinen, has entered the national chart in its home country at position No. 22 with its debut album, "False Metal". View the entire chart at this location.
Unashamedly taking a bow to their influences from the '80s — VAN HALEN, JOURNEY and other chartbusters of old — BROTHER FIRETRIBE's sound features "killer vocal harmonies and airy keyboard lines that will stick to your head like a misplaced bubble gum," according to a press release. "The cherries on the pie are Pekka Heino's smooth, dreamy voice and Emppu Vuorinen's guitar work, with his immaculate sense of style, rich tone and trademark sound which can't be mistaken, as the hundreds of thousands of fans of NIGHTWISH can attest."
BROTHER FIRETRIBE is:
Pekka Ansio Heino (LEVERAGE) - vocals
Emppu Vuorinen (NIGHTWISH) - guitar
Jason Flinck - bass, backing vocals
Tomppa Nikulainen - keyboards
For audio samples, check out www.myspace.com/brotherfiretribe.
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