The official lyric video for the song "Forever Us" from Italian symphonic metallers SINHERESY can be seen below. The clip was produced and directed by Mario Orman. The track comes off the band's debut EP, "The Spiders And The Butterfly", which came out last December via Revalve Records. The CD was recorded in June 2011 at Studio 73 in Ravenna, Italy with producer Riccardo Pasini, who has previously worked with EXTREMA and EPHEL DUATH, among other acts.
An intense ballad that shows the more intimate side of the band, "Forever Us" is a song about the end of a relationship," says singer Cecilia Petrini. "A bittersweet remembrance with shades of past regrets is balanced with the positive feeling of having been someone special for each other."
"The Spiders And The Butterfly" track listing:
01. Temptation Flame 02. The Spiders And The Butterfly 03. Merciless Game 04. Forever Us 05. When Darkness Falls
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