March 4, 2015

Finland-based symphonic metal masters NIGHTWISH will launch the European leg of their "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" in November in Copenhagen, Denmark. Support on the trek will come from AMORPHIS and ARCH ENEMY.

The dates are as follows:

Nov. 16 – DK - Copenhagen - Falconer
Nov. 18 - GER - Hamburg - O2 World
Nov. 19 - NL - Amsterdam - Heineken Music Hall
Nov. 21 - GER - Oberhausen - König-Pilsener-Arena
Nov. 23 - FR - Lyon - Hall Tony Garnier
Nov. 25 - FR - Paris - POPB-Bercy
Nov. 26 - FR - Toulouse - Le Zénith
Nov. 28 - CH - Basel - St. Jakobshalle
Nov. 29 - IT - Bologna - Unipol Arena
Dec. 01 - GER - Munich - Zenith
Dec. 03 - GER - Stuttgart - Schleyerhalle
Dec. 04 - GER - Frankfurt - Jahrhunderthalle
Dec. 05 - GER - Nürnberg - Arena
Dec. 07 - CZ - Prague - Tip Sport Arena Prague
Dec. 10 - RO - Bucharest - Romexpo
Dec. 14 - GER - Leipzig - Arena
Dec. 15 - GER - Berlin Max - Schmeling-Halle
Dec. 16 - LUX - Luxembourg - Rockhal
Dec. 17 - BE - Antwerp - Lotto Arena
Dec. 19 - UK – London - Wembley SSE Arena

NIGHTWISH's new album, "Endless Forms Most Beautiful", will be made available on March 27 in Europe and March 31 in the U.S. via Nuclear Blast. The CD marks NIGHTWISH's first studio album with Dutch singer Floor Jansen, who replaced Anette Olzon in 2012.

The cover artwork for "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" was created by the band's longtime collaborator Toxic Angel. Famed evolutionary biologist and atheist writer/leader Richard Dawkins appears on the effort as a guest.

Longtime NIGHTWISH drummer Jukka Nevalainen sat out the recording sessions for "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" due to health issues; Kai Hahto (WINTERSUN, SWALLOW THE SUN, TREES OF ETERNITY) replaced him in the studio and will join NIGHTWISH on tour in support of the new CD.

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