Finland's Amorphis were set to head out on a North American tour this fall celebrating their 30th anniversary and featuring them playing their 1994 album Tales from the Thousand Lakes in full. The tour was also to be with Entombed AD and Nervosa, but it was first postponed due to coronavirus and then canceled outright.

Amorphis are still going to celebrate three decades together, though, via a pair of livestreams. “Amorphis has received a lot of requests for live streaming, so we have now planned two different anniversary shows which will be streamed for the fans,” says the band’s Esa Holopainen. “No one knows how long this current situation will last, so these streams are probably the only Amorphis shows in the near future.”

The two livestream shows happen on June 3 & 4 and will feature different setlists. The 6/3 livestream is aimed at North and South American audiences while the 6/4 livestream is aimed at fans in Finland, Europe, UK and Russia. Ticket buyers will have access to the stream for 48 hours and they've made t-shirts for the event too. Details are here. and you can stream Tales from the Thousand Lakes here:

In other metal livestream news, Gojira are streaming their May 11, 2017 Red Rocks show for 24 hours starting at 4 PM ET today via their website.

Meanwhile, Exhumed have shared full-length concert video "Ultimate Death Revenge" via their YouTube which they describe as this: "Recorded live, March 18, 2018 at the esteemed Oakland Metro Operahouse, Ultimate Death Revenge is a full-throttle ride through Exhumed's live show as well as the magnum o-pus concept album, Death Revenge. Cut with interviews of the band reminiscing on the album, its creation, and their wacky tour antics, Ultimate Death Revenge is sure to leave every gore metal maniac drooling for more." You can watch "Ultimate Death Revenge" here:

Still more: Norwegian avant-garde black metal vets Arcturus are doing a livestream on Facebook on Thursday (5/21) at 8 PM ET. More info (including ways to donate) here.

Also, Norwegian black metallers Mork are doing a livestreamed performance on YouTube on Saturday (5/23) at 3 PM ET. "We promise a unique Mork show with a varied set list, including some deep cuts," they say. It's free, but you can donate.