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Veni Domine

Formed: 1989
From: Stockholm, Sweden
Last Known Status: Active

Latest Veni Domine News

Below is our complete Veni Domine news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

Veni Domine Reveals "Light" Album Details

Veni Domine today reveals the full track listing to the upcoming "Light" album, due for release on May 23rd through Massacre Records. Check out the art below, and the track listing is as follows:

1. In Memoriam (streaming here)
2. Farewell
3. Hope
4. Where The Story Ends
5. Preludium
6. Last Silence Before Eternity
7. The Hour Of Darkness
8. Waiting
9. Oh Great City 2014 More...

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Veni Domine Streams New Track "In Memoriam"

Swedish progressive doom act Veni Domine is streaming the new track "In Memoriam" from the upcoming new album "Light." The album is set to drop on May 23rd via Massacre Records and is the first studio effort from the band in seven years ("Tongues," 2007).

Check out "In Memoriam" here:

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Veni Domine Inks Deal With Massacre Records

As was recently announced, Veni Domine will soon be releasing a new full-length album titled "Light." Massacre Records has now issued the following official statement about inking a deal with the band:

"We're happy to welcome Veni Domine in the Massacre Records family! If you're not familiar with the band, it's our pleasure to introduce you to them!

"The story of Veni Domine began in 1987 when Torbjörn Weinesjö, Thomas Weinesjö and Anders Olofsson formed the band. Fredrik Sjöholm (back then Olsson) joined them shortly after.

"At first, the band’s name was Glorify, which soon got changed to Seventh Seal. The band name Veni Domine exists since the early 90’s as the first record deal was landed.

"Bass and keyboard positions have changed a few times since then but the band’s core still remains.

"The musical style was soon labeled as doom but this was not the aim of the band. Veni Domine was always trying to evolve and symphonic elements as well as progressive ones are often heard on the albums.

"The band recorded debut album 'Fall Babylon Fall' in Eastbourne, England, for Kingsway Music Records. The next albums - 'Material Sanctuary' and 'Spiritual Wasteland' - were released via Thunderload Records in Sweden only. Both albums, as well as the debut album, were then licensed from Thunderload to be released via Massacre Records in the rest of the world. More...

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Veni Domine Breaks Seven Year Silence With New LP

Sweden's Veni Domine has broken its seven year slumber with the new album "Light." The album is set for release through Massacre Records on May 23rd. It is the first release since 2007's "Tongues."

The artwork for the release can be seen here:

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Audiovision Signs To Ulterium Records

Swedish melodic metal band AUDIOVISION has signed to Ulterium Records. The band's new album, "Focus," will be released later this spring, release dates and more information will be announced within the coming weeks.

The line-up of Audiovision is as follows:

Christian Liljegren [Divinefire, ex. Narnia] - Vocals
Simeon Liljegren [Ex. Modest Attraction] - Bass & Vocals
Torbjörn Weinesjö [Veni Domine] - Guitars & Vocals
Thomas Weinesjö [Veni Domine, Saviour Machine] - Drums
Olov Andersson [Grand Stand] - Keyboards & Vocals More...

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Veni Domine Rejoined By Bassist Gabriel Ingemarson

Swedish Christian progressive doom metallers VENI DOMINE have issued the following update:

"After an intense band meeting with loads of stuff on the agenda we also agreed on having Gabriel [Ingemarson] back on bass. It was really a no brainer as he is the perfect match for the band both musically and personality-wise. After two years with stand-ins who did splendid work for the band, we're back to normal!

"We really want to thank the ones filling on for Gabriel: Ez Gomér, Peter Carlsohn, Gary Kusthoss and the live performers Johannes Stiigh and last but certainly not least Andreas Olsson, who had to put up with us the most. We love you all and you will always have a special place in our hearts!!

"No we're just missing a keyplayer, but that's normal." More...

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Veni Domine Confirmed For Bobfest 2005

Veni Domine (progressive doom metal from Sweden), Renascent (heavy thrash/death from Finland), Inevitable End (crunchy thrash from Sweden), Grace Will Fall (hardcore/metalcore from Sweden) and Virgin Forest are the first five bands confirmed for Europe's biggest Christian metal festival, Bobfest 2005, set to be held March 11-13 in Linköping, Sweden. Speakers this year will be Metal Pastor Bob Beeman (Sanctuary International) and Christian Kastö from Borås, Sweden. This edition of Bobfest will also be the last one. More information is available at www.bobfest.org.

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Veni Domine Announce Album Release Date

The Swedish progressive doomers are back with a new album called "IIII - The Album of Labour." The release date is set as August 11 through Rivel Records.

You can see the cover art here and hear some sound clips here.

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