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A Finnish Summer with Turisas

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A Finnish Summer with Turisas

A Finnish Summer with Turisas
File:A Finnish Summer with Turisas.jpg
Film poster
Starring Turisas
Distributed by Century Media
Release date(s)
Running time 160 minutes

A Finnish Summer with Turisas is a documentary film by and about the Finnish metal band Turisas, featuring live performances.

It was released on 3 November 2008 in Europe and 25 November 2008 for the United States.[1]

Track listing

Summer Festival Live Performances:

  1. As Torches Rise
  2. To Holmgard and Beyond
  3. A Portage to the Unknown
  4. The Messenger
  5. One More
  6. In The Court of Jarisleif
  7. Fields of Gold
  8. The Dnieper Rapids
  9. The Land of Hope and Glory
  10. Miklagard Overture
  11. Sahti-Waari
  12. Rasputin
  13. Battle Metal


  • 70 minute tour documentary
  • Rasputin Music Video
  • Blooper Reel

Limited Edition Includes:

  • Warpaint colour card
  • "Battle Metal 2008" 3"CD


  • Ruisrock 2008: "As Torches Rise", "In the Court of Jarisleif", "Rasputin"
  • Nummirock 2008: "To Holmgard and Beyond", "One More", "The Dneiper Rapids", "Miklagard Overture", "Battle Metal"
  • Ilosaarirock 2008: "A Portage to the Unknown", "Fields of Gold", "Sahti-Waari"
  • Wanaja 2008: "The Messenger"
  • Voimasointu 2008: "The Land of Hope and Glory"


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