‘Veni Domine’ Calling It Quits After 27 Years, Statement Available


Veni  Domine 2014Swedish metallers Veni Domine have announced today that they are call it quits after 27 years. With this being said, also their show at Brainstorm Festival (November 8th) is cancelled. Their statement follows below:

‘With a heavy heart we bring you the news that we decided to put the band to sleep, it is no longer.’

’27 years that holds and keeps the full spectra of every emotion imaginable, not without sadness we left the table with the desicion unthinkeble but yet unineviteble.’

‘Time caught up with us and at the end of the day we found that trying keeping a band at a high level with all including parts is a task too timeconsuming to handle. On the horizon we saw it coming. Even though we steared clear of the horizon on many occasions the horizon moved closer, faster than expected this time.’

‘We left the table with a sense of mutual respect, the brotherhood and friendship will live on.’

‘Being labeled a Christian band we fought the preconceptions on many fronts and we feel fortunate to have gained friends all over the world, including all kinds of different world views excluding no one.’

‘Our love and respect to all our friends who stood by us during the years, our families who took the downside of the business, all of you who bought the music, responded and comunicated back to us, we shared this journey that ends today.’

‘We leave with the legacy of seven albums, there´s a lot to say about that but one must not linger in the past, tomorrow must not be bound by yesterdays, life will move on.’

‘The future holds no promises other than that all is possible. Branching out from here, The redstone project, Grand stand and Nubian Rose, keep track of those and we will meet again.’


‘Torbjörn and Veni Domine’


The band was founded in 1987 in Sollentuna, Sweden. Since then they have released 3 demo’s and 7 albums. Their most recent album “Light” has been released last June via Massacre Records.

Album Review Quote:

‘Light is one of those albums that presents a unique listening experience.  On one hand each song is strong and different and can stand on its own, but in another sense, the album works well when presented as a single entity.’

The entire review for “Light” can be found here.

Video below ‘In Memorium’

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Veni Domine – “Light” [Album Review]

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