‘Sorrows,’ Veonity’s fourth studio album, sets a slighter darker and heavier tone than the band’s 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 Veonity rests upon is still intact: lots of guitars, double bass-drums and an abundance of epic choirs, solos and metal screams.
Lyrically, Veonity have moved beyond the conceptual story found on their previous work while just keeping a conceptual theme. The songs on ‘Sorrows’ describe issues of betrayal, grief and solitude – all neatly wrapped up in a glorious power metal blanket.
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