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...Read more
Amoral will celebrate the release of the new album by playing a special show at Virgin Oil co in Helsinki on February 28th. The show - the band's first in almost a year - will see the group take on the whole Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows album in sequence, followed by a set of songs from its decade-long career....Read more
"Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows" will have its world premiere saturday the 25th of January at On The Rocks! The band will be present to hear your immediate feedback and accept free drinks. There will also be some prizes up for grabs for a few lucky souls. Welcome!
On The Rocks
Mikonkatu 15, Helsinki
Amoral have revealed the cover artwork and tracklist of their new album "Fallen Leaves & Dead Sparrows", set for release on February 14th. The album will be available on CD, double vinyl and digital download. Aki Siltala, the artist behind the covers of previous Amoral albums "Decrowning" and "Reptile Ride" is again responsible for the cover artwork.
To hear a brand new song weeks before it's official release, subscribe to Amoral Times, the band's brand new monthly newsletter! This monthly informative package personally written by the band will consist of updates, tour...Read more
Starting January 2014, we'll begin publishing a newsletter called Amoral Times. This monthly informative package personally written by the band will consist of updates, tour news, pics, videos, random ramblings by the group... Pretty much whatever we think could be of interest to the Amoral enthusiast. This is a convenient way of keeping in touch with what's happening with us by hearing it straight from the horses mouth once a month!