Tarja Turunen Streaming New Song 'Dead Promises'
Former Nightwish frontwoman Tarja Turunen has revealed a brand new song called "Dead Promises". A different version of the track, featuring guest vocals by Soilwork's Bjorn "Speed" Strid will be included on her forthcoming album.
Tarja will be releasing that new studio album, entitled "In The Raw" on August 30th. She had the following to say about the brand new song, (stream it here):
"I really like how the guitar sounds: in your face. If I'm singing powerfully, I need something powerful behind me so that I don't feel like I am left alone."
She also had this to say about the new album, "Gold, we think, is something polished and perfect, sophisticated, a luxury. But in its natural state, it's a raw element."
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