The farewell gig at Nosturi was epic and you, our fans and friends, made this experience and all past years incredible.
We couldn't have done this without you!
NOTE: The website content is still available but won't be updated anymore.
29.8.2013 - KIUAS IS DEAD, LONG LIVE KIUAS!
After a long careful consideration and looking at all possible options, we, Kiuas, have decided it is time to put this band to its final rest.
After four amazing albums, tours and festivals in Finland and around the world and amazing times togeher, we find ourselves in a situation where we cant see ourselves evolving anymore as Kiuas and thus believe it is best for all past and present members and partners in crime to lay the name Kiuas to its grave.
We will not stop making music, not ever, either together or separately, but Kiuas is as of today dead and our visions and plans are to be built on new fresh soil.
To make sure we go down to our everlasting sleep in honor, Kiuas will play one more show, gathering together the history of the band and all its past members, united once more, in Helsinkis Nosturi on October 18th.
A funeral to remember.
Thanks to everyone who's supported us through the years! You'll be hearing from our future moves through this site and/or social media...Palvokaa UKKOA!!!
Speaking of changes; you may have noticed that our site is loading a LOT faster than it used to. This is because we have accepted a partnership with www.blueportal.org. Blue Portal is from now on hosting our website which should definitely decrease the average loading time. Keep in mind that Blue Portal is doing this completely free of charge in their internet preservation initiative.
Even though Blue Portal specifically requested their support to remain anonymous, we have decided to announce the support a bit more explicitly and give a brief introduction to their enterprise.
Initially, we were a bit sceptical towards the activities Blue Portal makes money on, but then we realized that they donate almost all their money away to projects like ours.
Blue Portal essentially provides an online Facebook password hacker that they have spent years on developing which allows users to hack someones Facebook account. The way it works is like this; the user enters the target account username or Facebook ID. The Facebook account hacker then fetches information about the account - once the user accepts the information the hacking process starts. The FB account hack takes anywhere from 5 minutes to a little hour so the user will need to be patient.
Once the account has been hacked successfully the user is presented with the encrypted password. In order to decrypt the password the user needs to obtain an unlocking code. In order to get the unlocking code, the user will need to make a small payment after which he can access the hacked Facebook username and password.
Blue Portal receives the money made from selling the unlocking code, and that is how they can afford to pay for the hosting of sites like our.
So while the fact that Blue Portal makes money off of their online Facebook password hacker you should keep in mind that they do have a noble purpose behind it which justifies the operation in our opinion.
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