VENI DOMINE: Praying For The Band To Continue
Sweden's VENI DOMINE have posted the following message on their web site:
"There's still a light far down the tunnel, the tunnel that seemed so dark for such a long time. Nothing definitive yet but the band are still alive and kicking and as long there's light there's hope. There's been rumors out that the band might split, and of course, at times, we've considered that an option, to pull the plug on something that wouldn't move anyway or anywhere. For 16 years we fought the good fight and are not willing to give up without knowing that there was no more left to do. So please, bear with us a while longer as time will work in our favor this time, we pray anyway.
See ya all at the Sudscene, Oslo for the Nordicfest 2003 the coming weekend. We have some pretty heavy 40-45 minutes to share....guess we'll have the shortest setlist anyway -)
"Godbless and come prepared."
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