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Evergrey Release New Video For ‘All I Have’

Posted on April 17th, 2019 by Sara Norton

Swedish melodic death metal band Evergrey recently released the music video for the insanely heavy song “All I Have” off eleventh studio album The Atlantic.

Guitarist Henrick Danhage kicks off the song with an incredible riff on his custom Charvel that blends perfectly with Tom S. Englund’s pristine vocals. Then, while Danhage taps out an amazing solo, the footage cuts to Englund traversing a forest blanketed in snow in search of a buried chest.

Give the full song a listen below, and catch Evergrey on tour here.

See the New Evergrey Music Video for ‘Weightless’

Posted on January 15th, 2019 by Chrissy Mauck

In advance of 11th studio album The Atlantic Jan. 25 drop date, Swedish dark prog metal masters Evergrey has debuted a new music video for its track “Weightless.”

Directed by Patric Ullaeus, the clip finds the band performing the track in the middle of a fiery blaze.

“This video is what you will get when watching us live pretty much,” stated the band. “Maybe minus burning down the drum kit every night! We’re really proud of ‘Weightless’ as it works as a phenomenal second chapter of The Atlantic drama.”

Frontman Tom S. Englund shared this about the making and direction of The Atlantic:

“We’ve fought through giant private obstacles as well as an extremely complicated break-in at our headquarters studio to bring this album to you. So at the same time as it’s certainly not been painless or at all easy, it’s been rewarding in new ways and our creativity has been painted in colors of honesty and sincerity.

“This is our heaviest, darkest, and perhaps also our most diverse album to date. It’s everything we wanted to compose and the written words come straight from a place of transparency and never before experienced lucidity. Finally, as of yesterday, we’ve reached new shores. We can’t wait for you to share this journey with us and dive into our worlds, our depths, and the waters of The Atlantic!”

Enjoy the clip below, featuring guitarist Henrik Danhage decimating his Charvel Star.

Watch Henrik Danhage’s Sunday Solo

Posted on March 7th, 2018 by Admin

Swedish guitarist Henrik Danhage delighted his Facebook fans on a recent Sunday morning by uploading an amazing new video of himself performing a dreamy solo on his custom shop Charvel.

The Evergrey artist was caught on stage thanks to a trusty fan and his/her cell phone camera.

“Thank you all for the awesome support beautiful people of the internet,” said Danhage on his Facebook page. “A killer guitar, an amazing amp, two cheap delays and a pair of decent hands and voila. And an awesome keyboard player backing you up of course.”

Watch the video below and be sure to follow Henrik Danhage on Facebook by CLICKING HERE.

Evergrey’s Henrik Danhage Talks Gear with Bandist

Posted on November 10th, 2016 by Morgan Brunner

Lead guitarist Henrik Danhage of Swedish progressive metal band Evergrey recently took German instrument retailer and blogger Bandist on a tour of his live rig, which includes an impressive collection of Charvel guitars.

Danhage begins with the amps, pedals and effects he uses to achieve his signature sound, dialing in the details of the channels and settings. Saving the best for last, Danhage also walks the viewer through his prized group of modified Charvel guitars that he plays exclusively.

“All-time favorite,” says Danhage. “Growing up with all the cool players, like Steve Vai, Warren DeMartini, Jake E Lee, you know a lot of those cats had Charvels. I’m so honored that I can work with them and they make me awesome guitars. I couldn’t be happier on the guitar front.”

Watch the interview with Danhage below to get all the details on what he brings to the stage.

Evergrey Releases New Video for ‘King of Errors’

Posted on November 7th, 2014 by MDuffy


Swedish metallers Evergrey recently released a breathtaking new video for the track “King of Errors,” the first single off their new album, Hymns for the Broken.

The clip begins with images of rugged forests and undulating water making it difficult for a group of hooded figures to make their journey. In addition, the band performs the song on a harrowing platform high above the ground below.

Check out the video for “King of Errors” after the jump and don’t miss the killer solo from guitarist Henrik Danhage. (more…)

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