"Tillsammans Är Vi Allt", the new video from Swedish extreme metallers SHINING, can be seen below. The clip, which was filmed both during a live concert at the Club Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland and in a studio setting,features a binding story focusing around the themes of addiction and obsession. as envisioned onto visual form by SHINING mastermind Niklas Kvarforth and director Martin Strandberg.
Strandberg, who also directed SHINING's first video, "Förtvivlan, Min Arvedel", worked with photographer Martin Eriksson of Hill Fifty and producer Jussi Hyttinen of FLC 415 to bring to life the blood-infused, dangerous visions.
Featured in the video are also Swedish model December Wiklund, and original guest vocalist from "Tillsammans Är Vi Allt", famed Swedish singer Håkan "Nordman" Hemlin, who delivers a captivating performance with his anguish-fueled rough vocals.
"Tillsammans Är Vi Allt" comes off SHINING's seventh full-length album, "VII / Född Förlorare", which was released last year via Spinefarm Records.
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SHINING is currently preparing for the release of its eighth album, "Redefining Darkness", due out on October 29 through Spinefarm Records.
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