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Nightwish announces November & December 2020 European Headlining Tour

Nightwish are proud to announce that they will be returning to the UK and Europe on their 2020 world tour!

The band have already announced a show in Amsterdam - which sold more than 15,000 tickets in just a few days - swiftly followed up by an additional show at the same venue, alongside shows in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

Nightwish release new live video for digital single “Slaying the Dreamer”

Nightwish will release their new live record “Decades: Live in Buenos Aires” on December 6th as: BluRay Digibook, 2CD Digipak, BluRay+2CD Earbook, 3LP. Pre-order your copy here.

Today, Nightwish have released the second single and video for “Slaying the Dreamer”. Watch the live video below. Get the song digitally here.

Ben Poole to release new double live album “Trio /// Live ‘19” on January 31st 2020

Blues rock guitarist, singer-songwriter Ben Poole will release his new double live album “Trio /// Live ‘19” on Friday 31st January, 2020.

The album was recorded over three nights in July 2019 at Old Schoolhouse in Barnsley, The Half Moon in South London and Bootleggers in Kendal, Cumbria.

Nightwish to release “Decades: Live in Buenos Aires” on December 6th 2019

It’s Sunday, September 30th, 2018. In a couple of hours’ time, symphonic metal trailblazers Nightwish will unleash their unique “Decades” show on the huge stage of the Estadio Malvinas in Buenos Aires. And once again, they will be setting aflame the hearts of thousands of dedicated fans.

Cirith Ungol launches live video for “Join the Legion”

On October 25th, 2019, Cirith Ungol will release their new live album/DVD, “I’m Alive”, via Metal Blade Records. Capturing Cirith Ungol at the peak of their darkened, mystical powers before a rapturous crowd at the Up the Hammers festival in Athens, Greece, this recording showcases the magic and might of the band onstage. It’s accompanied by additional performances recorded at the Hammer of Doom (2017) and Rock Hard Festivals (2018) in Germany.