New music video “Veritiikeri” out now!

Tyrantti release their new single “Veritiikeri”. Raging like a wild animal, the song features Tyrantti’s trademark Judas Priest style vocal harmonies, fast guitar licks and relentless velocity.

”Veritiikeri is our biggest song so far: it has a massive sound, great atmosphere and a chorus to fill a stadium with. That’s why we had to shoot the music video in a big ice hall”, frontman Nahka-Sami says and continues:

”The ice hockey rink provided a great setting, but also almost gave us hypothermia. Hopefully the result can give the listener a warmer sensation.”

Tyrantti is soon to finish the recording of their 2nd album, due early 2021. The first single “Aja!”was released to great praise in April 2020.

Music video for Veritiikeri was made by BrainyDay Visual. The song was recorded at Finnvox Studios and Shed Studios by Juhis Kauppinen and mastered by Mika Jussila (Nightwish, Stratovarius, Children of Bodom).

Listen Veritiikeri!
Watch the music video!

TYRANTTI TO VAASA FESTIVAL 8.8.2020

Tyrantti has been booked to perform at Vaasa Festival, held at Vaasa port on 6-8 August 2020. The band will play on Laiturilava stage on Saturday 8 Aug at 6:15 pm. Day tickets to the festival cost 69,90€.

VAASA FESTIVAL 2020 SCHEDULE

SATURDAY 8.8.2020
Gates open at 1:00 pm and close at 2:00 am

PUISTOLAVA
15.00 Eppu Normaali
17.15 Maija Vilkkumaa
19.15 Neljä Ruusua
21.30 Sonata Arctica
23.30 Apulanta

LAITURILAVA
14.15 Killburn
16.15 Sara Siipola
18.15 Tyrantti
20.30 Tulenkulkijat
22.30 Grillijono K.O

LIPUT TAPAHTUMAAN

Tickets are on sale now!
www.lippu.fi/vaasafestival
www.netticket.fi/vaasafestival

1 day ticket
Friday or Saturday 69,90€

2 day tickets 2020:
SOLD OUT

Tyrantti playing an online gig at Nummirock 2020!

Nummirock festival will be organized online this year due to COVID-19 – and Tyrantti will join the party!

The two-day festival line-up on 19-20 June 2020 also includes Omnium Gatherum, Ruoska, Suamenlejjona, Verikalpa and Nummirock Ensemble. The main broadcasts from Friday and Saturday can be watched on Nummirock's Youtube and Facebook channels for free.
All streams and info can be found at www.nummirock.fi/striimi 

Tyrantti will perform at 20:00 (EET) on Friday 19 June.

New Tyrantti beer "Aja! West Coast APA" in stores now!

COOLHEAD x TYRANTTI: AJA! WEST COAST APA

Your prayers have been answered as Tyrantti announced yet another band beer!
CoolHead Brewlistened to the song Aja! and brewed a properly hopped pale ale called "Aja! West Coast APA". The beer is now on sale in the following stores:

Panema
Pien Shop & Bar
CoolHead Brew (Tuusula)

Tyrantti confirmed to Off Stage Festival on 30 May 2020!

Tyrantti has been confirmed at Off Stage Festival, taking place online on 29-30 May 2020. Tickets here!

Sharing the stage with world-renowned doom metallers Swallow The Sun and unrelenting grindcore masters Feastem, Tyrantti plays on Saturday 30 May. The two-day festival also features SMC, Pikakassa and Vagabond Hearts on Friday 29 May. Tickets on sale now at Lippu.fi

Schedule, Sat 30 May 2020:

18:00 Feastem
19:15 Tyrantti
20:30 Swallow The Sun

"AJA!" out now!

Helsinki-based traditional heavy metal outfit Tyrantti releases new single “Aja!” on Wednesday 22 April 2020. Aja! (“Drive!”) is the first single of the band’s upcoming 2nd album.

“Aja!” overwhelms with 3 minutes of Tyrantti’s signature combination of fast guitar licks, relentless drumbeats and ridiculously high-pitched vocal harmonies – sung in Finnish. The band’s lead singer and bassist Nahka-Sami insists they are proud to be the anomaly amongst the traditionally melancholic Finnish metal scene:

– Some people call us the “Finnish Judas Priest” – it’s an honour, as they are a great band and inspiration – but with Aja! we’re aiming to showcase what makes Tyrantti’s music unique: we play melodic heavy metal that flirts with the old school, but still sounds fresh. No other band in Finland really sounds like us, and we like it.

Sung completely in Finnish, Aja! (“Drive/Charge!” in English), is a song about freedom, breaking the chains and uniting against a common enemy. – It was written as an anthem for breaking out of a shitty situation. We didn’t quite expect its message to be this relevant though, Nahka-Sami sighs.

Recorded and mixed by: Juhis Kauppinen / Shed Studios
Mastered by: Mika Jussila / Finnvox
Cover Art: Julia Riitijoki