STAM1NA: 'Yhdeksän Tien Päät' Video Released

"Yhdeksän Tien Päät", the new video from Lemi, Finland-based metallers STAM1NA, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's new collection of old demo recordings which were originally "self-released" on cassette tape or CD-R format before the band signed a deal with Sakara Records. Entitled "Vanhaa Paskaa" (which literally translates to "old shit"), the compilation was made available in response to an overwhelming demand from fans who couldn't track down the band's early material.

"Yhdeksän Tien Päät" was recorded during the studio sessions for STAM1NA's third album, "Raja", but did not end up on the final CD.

STAM1NA made several demos between 1997 and 2004. The group's first recordings were sung in English, and from those there is only one track included on the "Vanhaa Paskaa" album — "Meet Your Fate", which was also the first song ever composed by the band.

STAM1NA's first Finnish-language demo was released in 2001 and the "Vanhaa Paskaa" album contains all the demo material the band recorded in Finnish.

Due on November 3 via Sakara Records, "Vanhaa Paskaa (Epäviralliset Kokeilut 1997-2008)" features the following track listing:

01. Vihaa
02. Eudaimonia
03. Koe Murha!
04. Eivät Ikinä Saa
05. Arjen Sankari
06. Minä
07. Elämäsi Repliikki
08. Miekannielijä
09. Erilaisen Rakkauden Todistaja
10. Älä Puhu Poika
11. Väkivaltakunta
12. Joutsen
13. Paha Arkkitehti
14. Koirapoika
15. Peto Rakasti Sinua
16. Sananen Lihasta
17. Pyhä Yksinkertaisuus
18. Kadonneet Kolme Sanaa
19. Yhdeksän Tien Päät
20. Meet Your Fate

STAM1NA will join forces with MOKOMA, RYTMIHÄIRIÖ and FM2000 for the "Sakara Tour 2010" in November covering the biggest clubs in Finland. Joining the trek for two gigs will be TERÄSBETONI.

(Thanks: Melica / Night Elves)


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