Amorphis - Tuonela mp3 album
Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Prog Rock
Date of release: 1999
Size MP3: 1403 mb
Size FLAC: 1360 mb
Format: MPC FLAC AU MOD MP3 AAC XM
For the Amorphis album, see Tuonela (album). This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Tuonela is best known for its appearance in the Finnish national epic Kalevala. In the 16th song of Kalevala, Väinämöinen, a shamanistic hero, travels to Tuonela to seek the knowledge of the dead. On the journey, he meets the ferryman, a woman, Tuonen tytti, or Tuonen piika (Death's maid), who takes him over the river of Tuoni. On the isle of Tuoni, however, he is not given the spells that he was looking for and he barely manages to escape the place by turning into a snake.
Дата релиза 29 Март 1999. Лейблы Relapse Records. The answer is "Tuonela", a work that it's on the same line as "Elegy", but going even further into a softer metal approach. The grunting vocals almost don't exist, death metal is not played by the band anymore, and many people may even go further and say that this album is half metal, half rock.
What a great album, a timeless masterpiece by Amorphis. until it's summer again.
Amorphis' fourth release, 1999's "Tuonela" finds the Finnish metal titans leaving their death metal roots behind, following their amazing third album, 1996's "Elegy" which featured a very creative and eclectic blend of death metal, progressive metal, melodic death, folk and psychedelic sounds, and was also the first Amorphis album to feature lead/clean vocalist Pasi Koskinen, and here on this album. the band decided to enlist Pasi as their primary lead vocalist
Saxophone – Sakari Kukko. Tuonela (Cass, Album). Tuonela (CD, Album).
This album finds Amorphis experimenting with many more sounds and instruments and the good production sure helps to show it. Yes, it sure is a departure from the style of Elegy, but not for the worse. Tuonela is a slow song but too emotional thanks to the great vocal performance. Greed is one of the best songs of the album, I mentioned the oriental/folk style on the riffs and the remains of grunts in Amorphis, just for that is the special song of Tuonela; it reminds me of the old Amorphis, I would say that is the transition between old with new Amorphis style.
by Amorphis - 10 Tracks - 46:44. Release date 03/30/1999.
As much crap as there is on your everyday radio station, I wish stuff like this would be played. Tuonela isn’t that far off from lets say a radio hit due to its typical song structures and vocals that sound like they could use some lessons. It’s the rather intriguing moments on this disc that will surely have anyone who is a fan of bands experimenting with their sound giving this a spin. Transitional records are a bitch, especially when a departure of sound announcement can alienate your true.
- Band [Amorphis Are:], Bass – Olli-Pekka Laine
- Band [Amorphis Are:], Drums, Percussion – Pekka Kasari
- Band [Amorphis Are:], Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Esa Holopainen
- Band [Amorphis Are:], Rhythm Guitar, Sitar – Tomi Koivusaari
- Band [Amorphis Are:], Vocals – Pasi Koskinen
|RR 6414-2||Amorphis||Tuonela (CD, Album)||Relapse Records||RR 6414-2||US||1999|
|MP-NB 020||Amorphis||Tuonela (Cass, Album)||Mystic Production||MP-NB 020||Poland||1999|
|IROND CD 01-6||Amorphis||Tuonela (CD, Album, Enh, Ltd, RP)||Irond||IROND CD 01-6||Russia||2002|
|WIZZ 932672||Amorphis||Tuonela (CD, Album)||Wizzard Records||WIZZ 932672||Mexico||1999|
|NB 382-2||Amorphis||Tuonela (CD, Album, Promo)||Nuclear Blast||NB 382-2||Germany||1999|