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EVERGREY Streams "Falling From The Sun", Announces New Album

As powerful as they've ever been.

Evergrey is now streaming the new single "Falling From The Sun" from their upcoming record Theories Of Emptiness, due out June 7.

"'Falling From the Sun' is an explosive song that represents everything we are about, not only for this album, but also brings the energy that you would expect from a great new Evergrey song," said Evergrey of the single. "It has the riff, it has the pounding drums, the bombast, and an unforgettable hook that we are very proud to have written.

"Now we just want you to be devoured by the splendor of the full album as soon as possible, but let's start with 'Falling From the Sun'; we believe it will last you a lifetime and easily hold you over until it is time for the next single and video. We spent what feels like a Hollywood budget on the pyrotechnics used in this video as we felt that represented everything we felt the most – having those fireworks rain down on us made us feel like real rockstars for a while and the song itself feels like a rockstar on its own! We can't wait to see what you think and feel when you see this!"

Evergrey mastermind Tom S. Englund added about the album: "For us, progression is paramount. We're dedicated to ensuring that our music remains innovative and avoids stagnation. With each album, we strive to introduce something new — a unique flavor, a different key or chord, fresh voices in our writing, or innovative production techniques."

Theories Of Emptiness was produced by Englund and Jonas Ekdahl, and was mixed by Adam "Nolly" Getgood (ex-Periphery), and was mastered by Thomas "Plec" Johansson (Soilwork, The Night Flight Orchestra, Onslaught, etc.). Pre-orders are available here.

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