Finnish symphonic metallers AMBERIAN DAWN have released the official music video for the song "Cherish My Memory", originally found on the band's 2014 album "Magic Forest".
AMBERIAN DAWN keyboardist and mastermind Tuomas Seppälä comments: "We wanted to celebrate our upcoming European tour with LACUNA COIL and decided to make a new music video.
"I wanted to try new ways in recording and mixing music to achieve a new sound and we selected this song to be rearranged and remixed. So we recorded the song again and added some more keyboards and orchestral parts, for example. Our guitarist Emil Pohjalainen did the mixing and the American mastering engineer legend Ted Jensen did the mastering.
"I really like our new sound and I'll hope that you'll like it too... and also enjoy watching this video. See you soon on tour."
AMBERIAN DAWN's eighth album, "Darkness Of Eternity", was released last November via Napalm Records. It was the third studio effort to feature singer Päivi "Capri" Virkkunen following the departure of Heidi Parviainen.
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