Green Carnation to Stream Release Show Following Coronavirus Outbreak

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Norwegian progressive metal act Green Carnation will stream their ‘Leaves of Yesteryear‘ release show on May 23rd.

Because of the challenging situation with the Coronavirus, promoter Dirty Old Town, Green Carnation, Ticketmaster, Aasgaarden Visuals/Amodei Visual and Radisson Blu Caledonien Hotel have decided to live-stream the concert with a multiple camera production with no audience present. No matter where you are located, you will be able to buy a ticket, get a unique code and stream the entire event. Tickets are now available here.

The band is working to find a new date for the physical concert and ticket-holders for the original show on May 23rd, will automatically receive a streaming-code for the online event.

Green Carnation singer Kjetil Nordhus comments:

Bands, artists, musicians, promoters and music-lovers are experiencing severe challenges in the times of the Coronavirus. We have decided to attack the situation in a positive way and share our big release party with the people having already bought a ticket but also with fans in the rest of the world. This will be a big happening for everybody involved, and we’re really looking forward to sharing it with everybody!

Green Carnation have previously released their first ever music video and the single for ‘Leaves of Yesteryear‘. Stream the video below in preparation of the live stream.

The Norwegian prog/avantgarde metal act announced their return to the international metal scene for the anniversary of their cult classic ‘Light of Day, Day of Darkness’ in 2016. After a successful comeback with festival appearances and special shows both in Europe and North America, the Norwegians are ready to release their first new record in 14 years. ‘Leaves of Yesteryear‘ will hit the shelves on May 8th on Season of Mist.

The cover artwork was created by Niklas Sundin and can be found below together with the tracklist.

1. Leaves of Yesteryear (08:03)
2. Sentinels (05:42)
3. My Dark Reflections of Life and Death (15:36)
4. Hounds (10:10)
5. Solitude (05:05)

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