Amoral is heading out for a European tour this November as the main support act for Dark Tranquillity. The band - whose recently released album "Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows" has been praised both by the media as well as the fans - will play a 50-minute set each night. Also on the bill are bands Acyl and The Lehmann Project.

"We are thrilled to get to share the stage with the Gothenburg legends", says guitarist Ben Varon. "There's a bunch of familar cities and venues on the tour initerary where we've had a great time before, so this shaping up to be a great run!"


The new Amoral video for the song "Blueprints" has been released. The clip - that premiered on Classic Rock Magazine's website - was filmed at the Helsinki City Hall by Valtteri Hirvonen.

"We could not believe our luck when we got the green light to film the Blueprints video at the Helsinki City Hall, as we knew that their ballroom was usually off limits. This beautiful location was the perfect place to shoot a video for an intimate, acoustic song like this. Also, my 12-string guitar sounded huge in that room, so I was well entertained between takes”, Ben Varon says.



It's been 10 years since we released our debut album "Wound Creations", and that calls for a celebration! So we teamed up with Profane Omen and MyGrain, two bands we're friends with and who are also celebrating their 15- and 10-year anniversaries respectively, for a proper party.

Founding member Juhana Karlsson:

"This year is a special one for Amoral; not only do we have a new album out, but also ten years have passed since the release of our first album Wound Creations. Ten years can be considered a long time in this pitifully short human lifespan, and we have come a long way as a band since then. Even though some might argue that our current musical output doesn't bear much resemblance to our early material, we definitely do honor our past - Amoral wouldn't sound as it does today without all the necessary steps we have taken along the way.
Celebration of our ten-year-old first album will be the theme of the upcoming show in Nosturi - we will play material from Wound Creations that we haven't touched in a veeeery long time. So, this will be something special for both old-school Amoral fans and newcomers as well! See you all in Nosturi!"

So expect a bunch of OLD material in our set, as well as some guest appearances from the early days...

Profane Omen / Amoral / MyGrain
Nosturi, Helsinki, March 28th 2014
Tickets 13,5€ in advance, 15€ at the door
no age limit!

Get your tickets from Tiketti.fi . (http://www.tiketti.fi/Profane-Omen-MyGrain-Nosturi-Helsinki-lippuja/24351)


The UK and European release date for "Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows" has been moved to March 31st. We're sorry for the delay, but this was necessary to ensure that there'll be enough time for promotion. A Japanese release date is also being set as we speak. The Finnish release date is still February 14th, and the album will then also be available digitally for the rest of the world.

Also, the first review for "Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows" is now online, a whopping 9/10 from Imperiumi.net:

"Amoral challenges itself by putting complex parts together, and then hiding the complexity under it's melodicism, thus creating it's own unique style. And still it's the mood of the songs that glues the listener to their seat, not just the technical prowess." -Mape Ollila

Read the full review here (sorry, Finnish only).


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