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VISIONS OF ATLANTIS Release Official Video & Single
“Nothing Lasts Forever”

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VISIONS OF ATLANTIS continue their way up to the top.
With VISIONS OF ATLANTIS’ newest and third releaseNothing Lasts Foreveroff their upcoming album Wanderers, the listener will be put into a state of melancholy and thoughtfulness. The newest single speaks of fleeting moments in our lives and how we must cherish every one of them – without a single regret, because they cannot last forever.

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS on the new video:
“This is by far the richest and most emotional video VOA has ever released. It perfectly vehicles the universal message of the song “Nothing Lasts Forever” which is about living the moment and cherishing the present with our loved ones, before they go… We shot this video in the beautiful Styria in Austria, with nature and the very old castle “Rothenfels” as environments, to convey the timeless aspect of our message. Despite the sad connotation of the song theme, this video isn’t dark for a metal band video, as we do believe the overall message to be positive and that it will touch music lovers of all genres and ages.”

Watch the new official video HERE!
The video was partly shot at Burg Rothenfels
Special Thanks to Phillip Steiner www.rothenfels.at

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS are excited to release their seventh studio album Wanderers via Napalm Records on 30th August 2019. The band’s follow-up to 2018’s The Deep & The Dark, which hit the charts in Germany, UK, the US and Switzerland, continues the everlasting journey of VISIONS OF ATLANTIS in 19 years of band history right into the untamed seas.

Listen to “Nothing Lasts Forever” now!
Digitally available on all streaming platforms!

[ cover artwork: Peter Sallai]
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Some of VISIONS OF ATLANTIS’ musical peers weighed in on the new album:

“Bold, diverse and captivating! VOA returns with an album ready to launch the band to the next level!”
(Thomas Younglood / Kamelot)

“That’s how symphonic metal has to sound like!”
(Chris Harms / Lord Of The Lost)

“Epic, colorful and a sense for big emotions!“
(Hannes Braun – Kissin Dynamite)

“A big congratulations for this album, I love the title track!“
(Alissa White-Gluz / Arch Enemy)

“Strong songs with amazing choruses.”
(Mark Jansen / Epica)

Catch VISIONS OF ATLANTIS on tour in one of the following cities:

ALBUM RELEASE SHOWS
28.08.19 AT – Bruck an der Mur / Dachbodentheater 2.0
29.08.19 DE – Munich / Backstage
30.08.19 DE – Bochum / Rockpalast
31.08.19 DE – Siegburg / Kubana
01.09.19 DE – Frankfurt / Nachtleben

07.09.19 SK – Trnava / Areál Slávie Trnava – Supporting EVANESCENCE

Special Guest for FREEDOM CALL
04.10.19 SK – Kosice / Kasarne
08.10.19 DE – Hamburg / Knust
09.10.19 DE – Berlin / Musik & Frieden
10.10.19 DE – Aschaffenburg / Colos-Saal
11.10.19 CZ – Prague / Meet Factory
12.10.19 CZ – Zlin / Masters of Rock Cafe
13.10.19 HU – Budapest / Dürer Kert
16.10.19 DE – Cologne / Club Volta
17.10.19 DE – Stuttgart / clubCANN
18.10.19 DE – Erfurt / HsD
19.10.19 CH – Pratteln / Z7

08.11.19 DE – Weissenhäuser Strand / Metal Hammer Paradise
23.11.19 AT – Graz / Ear Gazmic Winternights

For more information on VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, visit:
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About VISIONS OF ATLANTIS:
Visions of Atlantis is an Austrian-French-Italian Symphonic Metal band that was formed in August 2000 in the beautiful town of Bruck an der Mur. Visions of Atlantis uses harmonies of male and female vocals from the beginning of their career, which makes them extraordinary and distinctive from other bands of the genre. The band consists of Clémentine Delauney (vocals), Michele Guaitoli (vocals), Christian Douscha (guitar), Thomas Caser (drums) and Herbert Glos (bass).

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