NORTHER: Video Interview With JUKKA KOSKINEN Available

Austrian heavy 'zine conducted an interview with NORTHER bassist Jukka Koskinen prior to the Finnish band's March 25, 2008 concert with TURISAS in Vienna, Austria.

Watch the 15-minute chat below.

NORTHER's new album, "N", entered the Finnish national chart at position No. 5 in February. The CD was recorded and produced by longtime partner Anssi Kippo (CHILDREN OF BODOM) at Astia Studios and mixed by Fredrik Nordstrm (DARK TRANQUILLITY, ARCH ENEMY, IN FLAMES) at Studio Fredman in Sweden.

According to a press release, "N" sees NORTHER "perfecting their mix of ripping riffs, aggressive vocals and epic melodies and will be premiered live at the well-known Finnish Metal Expo on February 16, 2008 in Helsinki. With the release of the massive metal anthem 'We Rock' as Finland-only single plus a new video currently in the works NORTHER are destined to induce 2008 with a metallic kick-off par excellence."

"N" will be available as a CD and limited-edition digipack including three bonus tracks.


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