VEONITY reveal Sorrows details.

Svenske Veonity slipper sitt nye album Sorrows 21. august 2020. Nå har bandet avslørt nye detaljer om sitt fjerde studioalbum.

Swedish power metal band Veonity are going to release their new album ‘Sorrows’ on August 21st, 2020 on Scarlet Records.

Veonity – Sorrows (cover art: Thomas Holmstrand)

Låtliste:

1. Broken
2. Graced Or Damned
3. Back In To The Dark
4. Blinded Eyes Will See
5. Where Our Memories Used To Grow (feat. Jonas Heidgert (Dragonland) on vocals)
6. Acceptance
7. Free Again
8. Center Of The Storm
9. War
10. Fear Of Being Alive

Sorrows er en smule mørkere og tyngre enn bandets foregående album, i tillegg har bandet lekt seg med symfoniske og progressive elementer. Men, fansen bør ikke uroe seg; det er fortsatt 100% Veonity vi snakker om.

‘Sorrows’ sets a slighter darker and heavier tone than the bands previous records. A small amount of symphonic additions as well as progressive elements strays from the typical ultra-power-metal-style that signifies Veonity. However, the foundation that they rest upon is still intact, which means there will still be lots of guitars, double bass-drums and an abundance of epic choirs, solos and metal screams.

Veonity, som tidligere har levert konseptalbum, har denne gangen holdt seg til en konseptuelt tema hvor alle låtene omhandler svik, sorg og ensomhet.

Sorrows har blitt spilt inn og mikset av Ronny Milianowicz (Shadowquest, ex-Dionysus) ved Studio Seven og mastret av Tony Lindgren ved Fascination Street Recording (Powerwolf, DragonForce). På låten «Where Our Memories Used To Grow» har bandet hentet inn Jonas Heidgert (Dragonland) som gjestevokalist.

Om valget å hente inn Jonas Heidgert har Veonity-vokalist Anders Sköld dette å si:

I have been a fan of Dragonland since i went to highschool early 2001-2002. I met him at party a few years ago. A real nice guy and the party mostly consisted of talking about metal and doing metalscreams. Really happy to do a «duet» with him. He laid down some epic lines on a pure powermetal song.

«Far to long has the voice of Dragonland been silent. Since waiting for the next album could be a while longer we decided to take matter in our own hands and kindly asked if his voice could enlighten one of our songs.»

 

 


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