NIGHTWISH To Include "Phantom Of The Opera" Cover On New Single

NIGHTWISH's upcoming single, Ever Dream, will include the group's version of the Lloyd Webber classic "Phantom Of The Opera". The full track listing for the single is as follows:

01. Ever Dream
02. Phantom Of The Opera
03. Wayfarer

In other news, NIGHTWISH will NOT be shooting a video for the title track to the above-mentioned single and will instead lens a clip for the as-yet-undetermined second single from the group's upcoming Century Child CD, due on July 1st through Spinefarm Records. Another non-album cut will appear on the second single, which is set for release in late June.

Also on the NIGHTWISH front, the group will spend a week in rehearsals near Stuttgart, Germany in mid-June in preparation for the group's appearance at the Himosfestival in Finland on June 22nd. The location was selected in order to accommodate frontwoman Tarja Turunen, who is currently studying classical singing at a nearby university.

(Thanks: Tuomas Toivonen)


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