WITHIN TEMPTATION's video for the song "Memories" has been posted online at Viva.tv.The "Memories" clip was shot at "an old manor house" near Berlin in early January, according to a posting on the group's web site. "Sharon [den Adel] had to perform in different rooms for almost 24 hours. "The story is that she comes back to this mystical house where many of her memories become alive. When she enters the building she travels back in time.... "The spooky location of a manor house which has been deserted since years and the romantic feeling of the song 'Memories' were a perfect match." "Memories" is the second single off the group's new album, "The Silent Force", available now on BMG. The "Memories" single will be released in Germany, Austria and Switzerland in late January. The five-track single version for Germany will feature a previously unreleased demo cut as well as orchestral versions of several album tracks and live recordings from the legendary show at the Bataclan club in Paris in November.
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