Finnish prog-alt metal phenomenon SOMEHOW JO released their long-awaited 2nd album with a new juicy video
Promo pic by Nikke Puskala
Finnish prog-alt metal phenomenon SOMEHOW JO has released their 2nd full-length album named ‘TUSK‘ with a new alcohol-filled video. TUSK -album combines progressive and alternative influences of metal music infused with catchy choruses from various music genres. With this new album the band has come up with an innovative version of making modern metal music. Long-awaited TUSK -album has gathered dozens of praising reviews across the globe and it sounds truly remarkable! The album is released on physical CD -format and all digital platforms.
Listen TUSK-album on Spotify:

https://spoti.fi/2KIEKgw

According to band the new album is more harmonious, mature and especially a truly unique package which does not sound like typical Finnish metal music. Album is recorded, produced and mixed at Deep Noise Studios by Saku Moilanen (Deep Noise Studios, Red Moon Architect, The Hypothesis). The band praises their producer Moilanen and says that he was one of the main characters who brought more firmness and out-of-the-box-ideas for the album.

To celebrate new album the band has also released a new music for the song ‘ALCOHOLIDAY’:

Watch ‘ALCOHOLIDAY’ on Youtube:
 https://youtu.be/vGToLxPrKic

The album has been mastered at SoundSpiral Audio by Finnish metal mastermind Juho Räihä (Swallow the Sun, Before the Dawn, Gloria Morti). Album pre-sales have already started and with this new release it can be said that the new material of SOMEHOW JO sounds truly promising!
Order the upcoming ‘TUSK’ -album:
Track List
1. Alcoholiday
2. Fear
3. Mad Town
4. 404
5. Heads And Tails
6. And the Oscar goes to
7. Waiting for Midnight
8. Under the Setting Sun
9. 10 000
Album cover by: ​Patrik Nuorteva
Line-Up:
Christian Sauren – vocals, guitar & synths
Sakari Karjalainen – guitar & backing vocals
Eero Aaltonen – vocals & bass
Lassi Peiponen – drums

 

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