NIGHTWISH: More Video Interviews With New Singer, Keyboardist Available

Two more video interviews (both conducted by the Finnish media) with new NIGHTWISH singer Anette Olzon (a.k.a. Anette Blyckert) and the group's keyboardist/leader Tuomas Holopainen have been posted online:

Ilta-Sanomat: Part#1, Part#2
MTV3: Part#1, Part#2

Note: The Anette Olzon portion of the interviews is conducted in English, while the rest is in Finnish.

NIGHTWISH last week released three more samples from its forthcoming album, due in September. In addition to first single, "Eva", you can now check out short clips of the songs "7 Days to the Wolves", "Master Passion Greed" and "Amaranth":

"7 Days to the Wolves": Audio
"Master Passion Greed": Audio
"Amaranth": Audio
"Eva": Audio

NIGHTWISH's new single, "Eva", was released in Finland on Friday (May 25) via NetAnttila.

The sixth NIGHTWISH album will be released on September 26, preceded by a second, regular single release in August.


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