Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish has released a live performance video of “Ghost Love Score”, which comes from their 2004 album Once. Filmed in Buenos Aires during the Latin America 2012 tour, the pro-shot video features current singer Floor Jansen (ex-After Forever, ReVamp), who replaced Anette Olzon after she abruptly left the band late last year. You can watch the video below. READ MORE
Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish has released pro-shot footage of their live performance of “I Want My Tears Back”, which was recorded Nov. 10th, 2012 at the Hartwell Areena in Helsinkini, Finland. This footage includes tour vocalist Floor Jansen (After Forever, Star One). You can watch the footage below.
Nightwish will be releasing their film Imaginaerum this Friday, Nov. 23rd. You can watch the full trailer for the movie below. READ MORE
Fans of the band Nightwish got a huge shock earlier this week when it was announced that the band had split with singer Anette Olzon. The band announced that their current touring schedule would NOT be affected as the band had landed a temporary replacement singer: Revamp‘s Floor Jansen (ex-After Forever). Nearly 23 minutes of video footage of Floor singing for Nightwish has surfaced, recorded at the Portland, OR concert last night (Oct. 2nd). You can watch the footage below.
Looking at the footage, it would make PERFECT sense for Floor to become the new singer of the band. She has the operatic talent (not too mention the training) of Tarja Turunen and a FAR better stage presence than Anette Olzon. READ MORE
In a somewhat shocking bit of news, Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish has parted ways with its singer Anette Olzon. The band has released an official statement, which can be read below, in which they explain the situation as well as state that no live shows will be cancelled. It has been announced that they will be using temporary singer Floor Jansen (ReVamp).
In 2005, the band released an open letter via their website in which they fired singer Tarja Turunen. READ MORE
Since the break-up of symphonic metal band After Forever, fans have been eagerly awaiting the new Floor Jansen project, ReVamp. Possessing one of the strongest voices in the genre, Floor’s classical training allows her vocals to soar from low growls to operatic heavenly heights. But in order to take full advantage of this voice, you need a band that can back it up. So the question begs, does the self-titled debut release from ReVamp measure up? Check after the jump to find out!