South of Salem Mark World Suicide Prevention Day With New Video ‘Demons Are Forever’

South of Salem mark world suicide prevention day with a new video. ‘Demons Are Forever‘ is a dark, haunting and twisted ballad by South Of Salem – the band are joined by The Defiled/Red Method Keyboardist/Samplist The AVD, who adds a huge layered orchestral sound to the track.

The lyrics deals with being unable to surpass your demons and how they can form you as an
individual – the lasting effects of mental illness, loss, addiction, guilt, sorrow and grievance.
This song, although dark, allows the listener to empathise with the narrator, process their
feelings and not feel alone.

The song’s video is intended to raise suicide awareness especially in current times where
many have been left to deal with their demons alone. This is a chance to remember people
they have loved and lost during these challenging times while also giving a message of hope
for anyone who is going through difficult times.

If you would like to join us in supporting Mind, please go to www.mind.org/donate and give what you can. And remember if you are having suicidal thoughts or just need someone to talk to, you are not alone. Search ‘suicide prevention’ online or call Mind (UK) on 0300 123 3393.

Demons Are Forever‘ is taken from the upcoming album ‘The Sinner Takes It All‘, out 25th September 2020.