NORTHTALE – release ‘Sirens’ Fall’ guitar playthrough ahead of their two upcoming Japanese shows!

Two weeks ago, Swedish-American power metal supergroup NORTHTALE played their very first live show atSabaton Open Air in Falun, Sweden. Now the band is set to fly over to Japan to perform their next two shows as part of the Evoken Festival in Tokyo this weekend. In anticipation of these gigs, the quintet has launched a new guitar playthrough for the track ‘Sirens’ Fall,’ taken off their debut album »Welcome To Paradise,« which saw the light of day on August 2, 2019 through Nuclear Blast. Watch now:

Guitarist Bill Hudson says, “We’d like to thank our fans for the overwhelming response we received after our first show ever at Sabaton Open Air in Falun, Sweden two weeks ago. We felt the love and now we are ready to bring our music to Japan! This week we’ll be playing two shows at Evoken Fest in Tokyo on August 31st and September 1st and we can’t wait to see each and every fan. We read your messages and are very much looking forward to this.  Besides the two shows, I’ll be doing a guitar clinic and Q&A at the Super Guitar Shop Big Boss in Tokyo on September 3rd and in preparation for this, I present you with the guitar playthrough for a fan favorite, the song ‘Sirens’ Fall’!”

Singer Christian Eriksson states, “The first show for NORTHTALE is now done! Everything went exactly the way we hoped. A million thanks to the big crowd, who despite the late hour and the cold weather, supported us at our show. Now we’re doing the last preparations to invade Japan and Evoken Fest. NORTHTALE 100% live.”

Watch the stream of NORTHTALE‘s live debut show, here:

Order »Welcome To Paradise« now, here:
Listen to the band’s songs in the NB New Releases Playlists: /


Be sure to check out the band’s ‘Bring Down The Mountain’ guitar playthrough:

More on »Welcome To Paradise«:
‘Shape Your Reality’ OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO:
Trailer #1 – Foundation Of The Band:
Trailer #2 – On The Album Title »Welcome To Paradise«:
Trailer #3 – On The Writing And Recording Of The Album:
Trailer #4 – On The Lyrics And Themes Of The Album:
Track By Track – Part #1 (Track 1-6):
Track By Track – Part #2 (Track 7-13):

»Welcome To Paradise« – Track Listing:

01. Welcome To Paradise
02. Higher
03. Follow Me
04. The Rhythm Of Life
05. Time To Rise
06. Way Of The Light (Bonus Track)
07. Shape Your Reality
08. Everyone’s A Star
09. Sirens’ Fall
10. Bring Down The Mountain
11. Playing With Fire
12. If Angels Are Real
13. Even When

Side A
01. Welcome To Paradise
02. Higher
03. Follow Me
04. The Rhythm Of Life
05. Time To Rise
06. Everyone’s A Star
Side B
01. Shape Your Reality
02. Sirens’ Fall
03. Bring Down The Mountain
04. Playing With Fire
05. If Angels Are Real
06. Even When

NORTHTALE – behind this illustrious name lies nothing less than a Swedish-American power metal supergroup! Formed by guitarist Bill Hudson (TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRAI AM MORBID, ex-U.D.O./DIRKSCHNEIDER), vocalist Christian Eriksson (ex-TWILIGHT FORCE), and drummer Patrick Johansson (ex-YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, ex-W.A.S.P. etc.) in late 2017, the line-up was quickly completed byMikael Planefeldt (bass) as well as keyboardist Jimmy Pitts.

Delivering a load of (largely) fast-paced anthems, imbued with Eriksson‘s soaring vocals, the band’s 13-song debut album »Welcome To Paradise« will not only please fans of titans such as HELLOWEENSONATA ARCTICAGAMMA RAYSTRATOVARIUS among others, but draw new fans to the genre too. The record was produced by NORTHTALE themselves, whilst Jonas Kjellgren (Blacklounge Studios, Sweden) took care of mixing and mastering duties. Its artwork was designed by renowned rock/metal artist Felipe Machado(BLIND GUARDIANIRON SAVIORBRAINSTORMKAMBRIUM etc.).



31.08. J Tokyo – Evoken Festival
01.09. J Tokyo – Evoken Festival

Christian Eriksson | vocals
Bill Hudson | guitars
Mikael Planefeldt | bass
Jimmy Pitts | keyboard
Patrick Johansson | drums

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