After twelve years and two albums, Norwegian heavy metal band TOMORROW’S OUTLOOK made their live debut on June 21st in their own backyard at the Gressholman Festival outside Harstad. The set list consisted of mostly tracks from their latest release, ‘A Voice Unheard’, but also presented some material from their upcoming album ‘Black Waves’.
The latter is a concept album based on real events from Gressholman itself, stretching from 1748 to the early 1900s. They tell the story of a brutal double murder which shook the small community in Northern Norway, and also about the once vital and important trading post which met its ultimate end in a fire centuries later.
Originally the band didn’t have any plans to go on stage just yet, but when the opportunity arose to present songs based on the real life history of the place where it actually happened, there was only one thing to do.
The live lineup of Tomorrow’s Outlook consists of Andreas Stenseth on bass, Øystein Kvile Hanssen and Valentino Francavilla on guitars, Owe Lingvall on drums and Tony Johannessen on vocals.
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