00:10 - LuciferOfGayness Its a book about swedish metal history. The chapters have great diversity on genres. There are some bm in it Watain, Bathory, Shining... It should get translated as it has more meaning to metalheads than to swedes
The Finns Sonata Arctica have just debuted a brand video clip for their track "Alone In Heaven", taken from their most recent output Stones Grow Her Name released last year. You can watch their new visual creation below. What are your thoughts on their new video?
Commented vocalist and keyboardist Tony Kakko: "'Alone In Heaven' got sparked lyrically after I had suffered few personal losses in relatively short period of time. Those will make you think about a possibility of after life and such things. At least for me it was like that. I will always remember those passed on thru this song every time we play it. I was initially a little hesitant whether or not this is a suitable track for Sonata, being rather 'hard/soft rockish'. But the guys fell in love with it immediately and it fell right in on the quite mellow mooded Stones Grow Her Name album. I think it's a nice emotional rock song with some extremely beautiful parts to it. It has become a little bit of a fan favorite and crowd pleaser, being quite approachable and straight forward arrangement wise. Very live friendly track we'll surely play also in the future. The video is like the song, fairly simple and... soft. Enjoy."