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Stam1na-Provinssi2015
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Stam1na

The Finnish metal phenomenon Stam1na have achieved almost everything a rock band can achieve in Finland. Each of their six albums have sold Gold and the band has played hundreds of kick-ass mostly sold out shows all over the country. They have won three Emma awards (i.e. Finnish Grammy) and are now aiming for the fourth with their new release SLK.

Stam1na members:

Antti ”Hyrde” Hyyrynen – vocals, guitar

Pekka ”Pexi” Olkkonen – guitar
Teppo ”Kake” Velin – drums
Kai-Pekka ”Kaikka” Kangasmäki – bass
Emil ”Hippi” Lähteenmäki – keyboards

Text copy from Stam1na website 

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Copyright: Marko Tuominiemi
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Taken: 25/12/2015
Uploaded: 25/12/2015
Atualizado: 04/07/2018
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Tags: stam1na; provinssi; rock; metal; festival; finland; seinäjoki; törnävä; band; fire; stage; music
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