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Music Video For New Track "King Of Errors" Premiered By Evergrey

Swedish progressive metal act Evergrey premiered the music video for the new track "King of Errors" over at Metal Hammer's website at this location (also shown in the player below). The song appears on the upcoming release "Hymns for the Broken," which is set for release on September 26th (EU) and September 30th (USA) via AFM Records.

The video was produced by Patric Ullaeus for Revolver Productions. it took 10 days to shoot with the use of helicopter and swing cranes. Frontman Tom Englund commented: "Patric understands it easy to implement our ideas. He did a great job and his enthusiasm is unparalleled."

The video also serves as the first showing of the band's new lineup, which now features the return of Henrik Danhage on guitar, who spent 10 years with the band from 2000-2010 and now returns to replace Marcus Jidell (Avatarium). Also, drummer Jonas Ekdahl (ex-In Flames (live)) was revealed, who was with the band from 2003-2010 and returns to replace Hannes Van Dahl, who left to join Sabaton.

Tom Englund and others will be on hand next month for ProgPower USA to present the album in an exclusive listening session for gold badge members.

The track listing for "Hymns for the Broken" is:

1. The Awakening
2. King Of Errors
3. A New Dawn
4. Wake A Change
5. Archaic Rage
6. Barricades
7. Black Undertow
8. The Fire
9. Hymns For The Broken
10. Missing You
11. A Grand Collapse
12. The Aftermath

Check out "King of Errors" here:

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1. Hammer34 writes:

Great track. Love seeing Danhage and Ekdahl back, and Danhage flat out rips on that extended solo. Jidell is a good player, but his solos on Glorious Collision just never quite matched Danhage's work IMO. As I said, really like this song a lot, but they sure have strip mined the whole "emotional baggage" as song subject matter over the last few albums. I get it, they're Evergrey, that's their thing, just feels like they used to mix it up a bit more on the earlier albums with the concept stuff, etc. Looking forward to this release . . . wish I was going to ProgPower!

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