Veonity have released a video for the song ‘Where Our Memories Used To Grow’
Swedish power metal band Veonity have released a video for the song ‘Where Our Memories Used To Grow’, taken from their new album ‘Sorrows’, out on Scarlet Records.
This is how the band commented the song, which features the lead singer from Dragonland, Jonas Heidgert: “When someone goes to her final rest, a piece of your heart is taken away. Even though you know her demise to be true, the first reaction is to hope that when you wake up tomorrow, everything will be as it once was. This song describes this state of false hope, or this feeling that lingers inside you and tells you that when the stars align she will be returned to you again.”
‘Sorrows’ was recorded and mixed by Ronny Milianowicz (Shadowquest, ex-Dionysus) at Studio Seven and mastered by Tony Lindgren at Fascination Street Recording (Powerwolf, Dragonforce). The cover art design was made by Thomas Holmstrand, whom the band has worked with on the previous two albums.