My Endless Wishes- Lost Without You (HD)





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Published on Jul 1, 2013


We are proud to announce the 1st promotional video "Lost Without You" from the Swedish female fronted metal band My Endless Wishes.

My Endless Wishes was created in 2005 by Frida and Martin Viberg, married since 2006. Musical influences have always been melodic metal, bands such as Evanescence, Nightwish, Within Temptation, etc. It took a couple of years to find the right members for the band.
In 2009, it was absolutely clear that the band was now complete, and the goal to take the sound to a higher level came within reach.
Late 2011, the sound was bigger, heavier and more distinct, - the seed that would grow to the band's breakthrough and the co-operation with DOT Music AB and Doolittle Group, where they got in touch with Frippe Eliasson, Niclas Eliasson, and Christian Liljegren (known from Narnia, Golden Resurrection).
A deal was signed in February 2012 with Doolittle Group.

My Endless Wishes entered the studio during autumn and winter 2012 to record the self titled debut album.

The album is recorded at Production House Studio, Örebro, produced by Fredrik Eliasson. The sound is really bombastic hardrock/metal with an edge.
Real strings are also used on the album and creates a great atmosphere!

Now the ball is rolling and their self titled album is out and right now the band is working hard doing concerts in Sweden.
They will tour together with powermetal band ReinXeed and shows are booked in Sweden, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium and during the summer they are doing summer festivals.

Don´t miss My Endless Wishes - A great live band with a great album and their musical adventure has just started.

Line up:
Frida Viberg -- Vocals
Martin Viberg -- Guitars
Jimmy Sällinen -- Bass
Fredrik Pernros - Guitars
Erik Ekestubbe - Drums


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