AMORPHIS's 'Far From The Sun' Enters Greek Chart At No. 26

June 22, 2003

AMORPHIS' "Far From The Sun" entered the Greek album chart at No. 26 and has moved up to position No. 21 in its second week of release. Check out the whole chart here.

"Far From The Sun", which has so far been released in most European countries, will finally be issued in Spain on July 14 through Virgin Spain. A U.S. release for "Far From The Sun" is planned for late summer through an as-yet-undisclosed label.

AMORPHIS are scheduled to perform a string of Finnish festivals over the summer before embarking on a European tour later in the year. The Finnish dates will include high-profile performances at Down By The Laituri, Nummirock, Ruisrock, Tuska Open Air and Tammerfest festivals.

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