Krtsy Hatakka (Vocal/Bass)
Sami Yli-Sirni (Guitar)
Jariot Lehtinen (Guitar)
Kimmo Korhonen (Guitar)
Antti Kolehmainen (Guitar)
Ville Vehvilinen (Drums)
Jani Hlli (Keyboards)
Finland's Sami Uri Silnillo (guitar), the creator of the band, is a member of The crossover rock band's 14th album in five years, "Global Rock, Here it comes! A modern, heavy sound, with a powerful beat and catchy vocal melody at the core, and The songs are a fusion of dance, hip-hop, and other genres, and the level of perfection is overwhelming! Ricky Martin's classic song "Livin' La Vida Roca" is included as a bonus track on the Japanese release. covers!
Waltari was formed in 1986 in Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Kartu Hatakka (vocals/bass), Jalio Lehtinen (guitar) The band started with a trio of Saleh Suomalainen (drums), the creators of The second album "MONK-PUNK" with Sami Uri Sirnillo (guitar) ( 1991), and at the time, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Faith No More, among others. The band developed a mixture of styles of rock that was becoming a boom. Later, Lope Latvala (guitar), who would later join Children of Bodom, joined the band, and so on. The band has changed members and updated their music to include metal, punk, and Their music mixes funk, industrial and hip-hop.
Since their seventh album, RADIUM ROUND (1999), they have been making the most of the mixed elements and In the meantime, the band has shifted to a more melodic direction, and their ninth album, RARE SPECIES (2004), their songs with metallic guitars became more and more prominent. Furthermore, in 2011, in celebration of their 25th anniversary, the band released a cover album, COVERS ALL! 25TH ANNIVERSARY ALBUM" was released in 2011 to celebrate their 25th anniversary, followed by their 13th album, "YOU ARE Global Rock was produced in between WALTARI (2015).
The band, which has grown rapidly in membership since its last album, is now a large seven-piece band, but the musicianship of the recent sounding more modern and heavy, and the songs are full of dynamism. It's a well-balanced lineup, even the mellow numbers. The songs combine edgy guitars and pleasant beats, with catchy The vocal melodies are really impressive, and some songs have a hip-hop and dance approach to them. The sophisticated arrangements are also appealing. Kartu's overwhelming presence on vocals and technical guitar solos are also the band's selling points. It is a surprisingly high quality work.