Today it’s been TWO (2!) years since the release of our debut album Hereafter on Progressive Gears Records! Hear Juho Myllylä say a few words on the occasion of the anniversary and perform a live solo acoustic rendition of one of the album tracks, Sub-zero in this video.
Burntfield have commenced recording their sophomore album, a follow-up to 2018’s Hereafter, released on Progressive Gears Records. The core trio of Juho Myllylä, Maarten Vos and Steven Favier flew to Helsinki, Finland to enter Sonic Pump Studios where bass and drums were recorded. Engineered again by Eero Kaukomies of Content Union Studios, the new album sees a continuation of a long-term partnership (since the beginning of Burntfield in 2013). We were also joined by long-time session keyboardist for Burntfield and sound wizard Arttu Vauhkonen – we’re grateful to once again have his input on the new album.
We regret to announce that Valtteri Seppänen has taken the decision to step out from Burntfield with immediate effect. This means that in these unfortunate circumstances we are forced to cancel our performance at ProgFrog Holland on 22 September. We feel truly sorry for having to pull out, however, IT & Quiet Wish from the Progressive Gears artist roster will still deliver a fantastic double-bill concert worth seeing.
Burntfield will continue the work in progress on our second album, with pre-production well underway and recordings to commence later in the year, aiming for a 2020 release and live action with a new line-up.
We hope you’re all having a great summer filled with music – keep in touch and see you back soon!
Time flies – it’s been ~2,5 years since we last played live in our original home country.
It’s about time we’re able to announce two upcoming live dates in Tampere and Helsinki this February! For these shows we’re joining forces with our Progressive Gears Records label mates Naryan and their distinctive blend of atmospheric melancholic rock, as well as Keoma (in Helsinki). We really do hope to see many of our Finnish friends out there in February.
Saturday 16/02 | 20:30-
Bar Loose, Helsinki
➡ Kaamos I: Keoma, Naryan, Burntfield (NL) // 16.2. // Bar Loose
We’re pleased to announce an addition to our upcoming shows in The Netherlands: Saturday 23 February 2019 at Popradar Den Haag. The evening will be kicked off by The Dame and their unmistakable “sexy version of progressive rock”. See you in The Hague in February!
Location: Radar Café
We’re glad to announce our first two shows in The Netherlands in 2019:
To be continued – look out for more announcements to come for what is to be an exciting and eventful year!
7 May 2018. Our new album Hereafter is out NOW.
Buy the physical CD digipak or stream/download on a platform of your choice here: smarturl.it/5p82ob
Hereafter, comprising nine alternative progressive rock songs built upon strong melodies and powerful harmonies, will be available in both digital and physical formats.
See all available platforms for pre-order at: smarturl.it/5p82ob
***Those attending the show at the Q-Factory will be able to purchase the album at a special price of only €10 AND have a copy signed by the band***
May 7th 2018 will see the launch of the debut album Hereafter from Burntfield on Progressive Gears.
Hereafter will be available in both digital and physical formats. See all available platforms at: smarturl.it/5p82ob. The physical CD includes a special limited edition of just 50 copies that feature postcard art from Jesse Harrison.
Recorded over the summer 2017 in The Netherlands and Finland, mixed by Eero Kaukomies at Sonic Pump Studios and given the final magic touch with mastering by Svante Forsbäck at Chartmakers, Hereafter comprises 9 songs of alternative prog built upon strong melodies and powerful harmonies. The core quartet of the band is supported with guest appearances by keyboardist Arttu Vauhkonen (Arion), string quintet ANSoS and kantele artist Aurora Visa.
The stunning, atmospheric album art was created by Jesse Harrison, providing a beautifully matching visualisation of the music.
Watch the music video for The Failure below.