XYSMA To Perform At Finnish Book-Launch Party

September 27, 2002

Legendary Finnish metallers XYSMA will reunite to perform at the launch party for Jone Nikula's new book, Rauta-aika, on October 19th at Nosturi in Helsinki. The book tells the history of Finnish metal music from late 80's to the present and includes an interview with XYSMA frontman Joañitor Muurinen (currently in MANNHAI).

In related news, MANNHAI, who also feature in their ranks former AMORPHIS bassist Oppu Laine, will issue the follow-up to last year's The Sons Of Yesterday's Black Grouse CD, entitled Evil Under the Sun, through Nuclear Blast's Revolution Entertaintment in late 2002/early 2003.

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