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Nightwish announce Decades: Live In Buenos Aires

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Nightwish (Image credit: Ville Akseli Juurikkala via Nuclear Blast)

Nightwish (opens in new tab) have announced that they’ll release a new live package later this year.

Decades: Live In Buenos Aires was filmed and recorded at the Argentinian city’s Estadio Malvinas on September 30, 2018, and it'll be released on 2CD Digipak, 3LP, Blu-ray Digibook and BluRay/2CD on December 6 through Nuclear Blast.

The video footage was captured using 19 cameras and features a selection of classic cuts from Nightwish’s back catalogue, including End Of All Hope, Ghost Love Score, Élan, Nemo, Wish I had An Angel, Sacrament Of Wilderness, Elvenpath, Devil And The Deep Dark Ocean and Dead Boy’s Poem.

Keyboardist Tuomas Holopainen says: “I didn’t just want to pick out the most successful Nightwish songs for this tour. Instead, I asked myself which songs I would play to somebody who had never heard of our band. 

“At some point during the preparation process, I realised that I was smiling all the time. I remembered the curious, innocent boy writing all of these songs.”

Decades: Live In Buenos Aires is now available to pre-order. Find further details below.

Earlier this month, Nightwish vocalist Floor Jansen (opens in new tab) revealed that the band had been filming a video for a new track in Helsinki, Finland (opens in new tab).

Nightwish: Decades: Live In Buenos Aires
1. Swanheart
2. End Of All Hope
3. Wish I Had An Angel
4. 10th Man Down
5. Come Cover Me
6. Gethsemane
7. Élan
8. Sacrament Of Wilderness
9. Deep Silent Complete
10. Dead Boy’s Poem
11. Elvenjig
12. Elvenpath
13. I Want My Tears Back
14. Amaranth
15. The Carpenter
16. The Kinslayer
17. Devil & The Deep Dark Ocean
18. Nemo
19. Slaying The Dreamer
20. The Greatest Show On Earth
21. Ghost Love Score

Nightwish: Decades: Live In Buenos Aires (opens in new tab)
Nightwish will release this new live package in December. Filmed on their Decades tour in Argentina in 2018, it features a host of classic tracks from the band's back catalogue.

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