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Kalmah
Melodic death from Finland

ALBUMS:
 
tracklist,
lyrica and
cover:
2000
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score: 9.5 of 10
2002
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score: 8.0 of 10
2003
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score: 8.0 of 10
2006
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2008
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score: 9.0 of 10
2010
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score: 8.5 of 10
2013
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2018
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Total: 8 album(s) in database.
 

RELATIONS:
 
Eternal Tears of Sorrow - Eternal Tears Of Sorrow
Poisonblack - Marco Sneck (keyboard)



BAND NEWS:
 
  18.06.2003:

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If you are a fan of aggressive Swedish thrash then brace yourself because you are about to experience the new wave of melodic metal insanity. This Finnish quintet somehow manages to create the perfect mixture of thrash and melody to surpass their influences. This nine-track blast of speed will have fans of Children of Bodom and In Flames going wild and they have no choice but to break out of the underground scene with this stellar album. From the blazing dual guitars and dazzling keyboards to the massive harmonies alongside a pummeling bass and drum assault this record will leave thrash fans foaming at the mouth. The group have built up a strong European presence with their previous releases albums on Spikefarm Records. Now they have returned with Swampsong, their third and most aggressive release that is sure to help then gain recognition worldwide.

 
  20.11.2002:

Kalmah have begun writing new material for the next album
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Kalmah have begun writing new material for the next album. A few new songs are ready and they are killers! The recordings will take place at Tico-Tico studio in the beginning of 2003. Planned release in Finland is at the end of Spring / beginning of Summer.

 
  29.01.2002:

Kalmah have finished recording the follow-up to last year's well-received Swamplord effort ....
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Finnish death metallers Kalmah have finished recording the follow-up to last year's well-received Swamplord effort at Tico-Tico Studios (Sentenced, Children Of Bodom) with producer Ahti Kortelainen. As previously reported, the tentative title Battleswamp has officially been changed to They Will Return. The album's songs are based on the life of guitarist and vocalist Pekka Kokko, who subsequently penned all the lyrics for the album. They Will Return will also be the first album with Timo Lehtinen (ex-Catamenia) and Janne Kusmin, both of whom repaced Altti Vetelдinen and founding member Petri Sankala on bass and drums, respectively.

The track listing for They Will Return:
"Hollowheart"
"Swamphell"
"Principle Hero"
"Human Fates"
"They Will Return"
"Kill the Idealist"
"The Blind Leader"
"My Nation" and a surprise cover song.

Kalmah's They Will Return is scheduled for a February 4, 2002 release in Finland on Spikefarm Records and a late spring release in Europe and North America on Century Media Records.



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