DELAIN Reveals Most Memorable Moments Of 2007

Martijn Westerholt and Charlotte Wessels of the Dutch female-fronted symphonic metallers DELAIN recently took part in sounds2move.de's 2007 Christmas special. They spoke about their most memorable moments of 2007 (both personal and professional) and discussed their hopes for the future. Watch the 12-minute video clip below.

The Dutch branch of Roadrunner Records recently uploaded video highlights from DELAIN's November 2 concert at Broerenkerk in Zwolle, Holland, where the band was joined by special guests, WITHIN TEMPTATION vocalist Sharon den Adel and LEAVES' EYES singer Liv Kristine. Watch the five-minute clip at this location (Windows Media).

DELAIN's video for "See Me in Shadow" is available for viewing on YouTube. The song is the second single from DELAIN's debut album, "Lucidity", which came out last year. The clip for "See Me in Shadow" was shot on May 8 "in a very special country cottage in Brabant, Holland," according to a posting on the group's web site.

In addition to Martijn Westerholt and Charlotte Wessels (vocals), "Lucidity" features guest appearances by the following musicians:

Jan Yrlund (ex-LACRIMOSA) - Guitars
Ariƫn van Weesenbeek (GOD DETHRONED) - Drums
Ad Sluijter (EPICA)
George Oosterhoek (ex-ORPHANAGE)
Guus Eikens (ex-ORPHANAGE)
Sharon Den Adel (WITHIN TEMPTATION)
Marco Hietala (NIGHTWISH)
Liv Kristine (LEAVES' EYES)

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