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Eden's Curse - To Headline UK In May

British metallers Eden's Curse are delighted to announce their debut headlining club tour across the United Kingdom, which will take place this coming May. The Symphony Of Sin UK Tour will visit Scotland, England and Wales stopping at Glasgow, Bolton, Wakefield, Wolverhampton, Grimsby, Swansea and London. Check out the details below.

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Event: Eden's Curse: Symphony Of Sin UK Tour 2014
Posted: 10.02.2014 by Abattoir | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - New Video Online

"Evil & Divine", the new video from heavy metallers Eden's Curse, can now be seen below. The video was shot on location at the famous St. Andrews in the Square location in Glasgow under the direction of Ryan Priddy and his team at Independent Element. The song comes off their new fourth studio album Symphony Of Sin due out on October 4th (Europe), October 22nd (North America) and October 23rd (Japan) on AFM Records and Spiritual Beast. It is also their first with new vocalist Nikola Mijic and new keyboardist Steve Williams. Check out their performance now.

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Posted: 13.09.2013 by Bad English | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - Reveal New Album Artwork, Tracklist

Melodic metal band Eden's Curse return with their highly anticipated brand new studio album, titled Symphony Of Sin, due to be out on October 4th via AFM Records. The album was produced by Paul Logue and mixed and mastered by the group's long term engineer, Pink Cream 69 and Unisonic bassist, Dennis Ward.

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Posted: 07.08.2013 by Bad English | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - Announce New Line-Up And Album

Heavy metallers Eden's Curse have announced the addition of Serbian vocalist Nikola Mijić to the group's ranks as well as new keyboardist Steve Williams (Power Quest) who replaces Alessandro Del Vecchio. Now with a new frontman, the band's fourth album Symphony Of Sin will be released on October 4th via AFM Records. The digital single "Evil & Divine" will precede the full-length album and the band shot a video for it at the famous St. Andrews in the Square in Glasgow, under the direction of Ryan Priddy and his team at Independent Element. Hear a sample of the new single "Evil & Divine" on the video below.

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Band profile: Eden's Curse
Posted: 20.07.2013 by Bad English | Comments (2)


Eden's Curse - Begin Recording New Album

UK heavy metallers Eden's Curse are currently in the studio working on their as-yet-untitled, fourth album, which is scheduled for worldwide release via AFM Records in late summer 2013. Drummer Pete Newdeck entered the studio in mid January and has now completed recordings on all fourteen tracks at Higher Studios in Tewkesbury, while guitarist Thorsten Koehne began guitar recordings this weekend at COP Studio in Bielefeld, Germany.

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Posted: 28.01.2013 by Abattoir | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - Part Ways With Vocalist, Seek Replacement

British heavy metallers Eden's Curse have officially confirmed the departure of vocalist Marco Sandron, who had joined the band earlier this year.

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Band profile: Eden's Curse
Posted: 15.09.2012 by Abattoir | Comments (1)


Eden's Curse - Writing New Album

British heavy metallers Eden's Curse are currently writing their 4th album. The band offered the following update on their Facebook page: "Writing is progressing very well. The ideas are flowing and we are really beginning to hit our stride. Here is a very short snippet from a new demo track called 'Losing My Faith'. We will bring you more snippets as the album progresses. Much love & Curses."

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Posted: 05.05.2012 by BudDa | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - New Single Available For Free Download, New Video Online

"Time To Breathe", the new video from British heavy metallers/rockers Eden's Curse is now available for streaming below. It was filmed at Sky Park in Glasgow, Scotland, at the end of January with director Simon Jake Gillespie of Music Video Scotland. "Time To Breathe" is a new single which introduces the band's new vocalist, Marco Sandron, to the fold. The single is also available for a free download at this location.

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Posted: 04.03.2012 by BudDa | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - James LaBrie To Guest On New Album

Eden's Curse will return with their latest and third studio release Trinity on the 18th March via AFM Records (Europe) and Metal Mayhem (USA) with Spiritual Beast releasing the album in Japan on 16th March. The band have been working daily on this release fine tuning every last detail over the last twelve months.

Comments the band: "We are delighted to announce that leading the infamous Curse Choir this time around is none other than Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie."

LaBrie lends his backing vocals to the entire album and also duets with Eden's Curse front man Michael Eden on the slamming epic "No Holy Man", which is also set to be released on the bands European label AFM Records as a digital single on 25th February.

A 90 second clip of "No Holy Man" featuring James LaBrie is available at this location. A promotional video is currently in production as well.

Michael Eden says: "James recorded the Trinity sessions at Iguana Studios in Ontario straight after he finished his solo release Static Impulse, which was perfect timing as he headed off on tour with Iron Maiden immediately after".

James LaBrie himself added: "In 2010 I was fortunate to discover Eden's Curse. I absolutely love this band. Great players and people and they deserve nothing but huge success! They belong with the best of today's music. Trust me, you're going to love this from beginning to end."

Bass player and main song writer Paul Logue explains: "James was highly professional, as you'd expect, extremely approachable and very enthusiastic about our music. We sealed the deal very quickly and we got him in top form as he was also in the middle of recording and we feel the end results are breathtaking."

Front man Michael Eden further adds: "Trinity has been a long time in the making as we always strive to bring our current fan base and new fans our very best. I spoke with James LaBrie backstage on the Iron Maiden tour last summer and we had a great conversation. James has a way of making you see things in a different light than other people. It was an honor to have him along for the ride and we hope that it is not the last time we work together."

The band then goes on to add: "We still have more cool surprises we will announce soon, this party is just getting started."

Trinity was mixed by producer Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69, Angra, Krokus) at his TrackShak Studio in Karsldorf, Germany.

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Posted: 04.01.2011 by Thryce | Comments (0)


Eden's Curse - Recording New Album

UK Heavy metallers Eden's Curse are busy recording their new album, Trinity. Eden's Curse is currently in the studio, together with the band's long term producer Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69, Angra, Krokus) once again at the helm. Trinity will mark the bands recording debut with new keyboard player Alessandro Del Vecchio (Glenn Hughes, Iain Paice, Moonstone Project, Edge Of Forever). An autumn 2010 release is planned with full promotion to follow. Here's a short studio update:

"Pete Newdeck has entered Higher Studios in Tewkesbury, England, to begin recording the drums for the third Eden's Curse album Trinity. The band aim to complete Trinity around the Summertime, under the tutelage of long term producer Dennis Ward, and will recording tracks such as "Saints Of Tomorrow", "No Holy Man", "Can't Fool The Devil", "Jerusalem Sleeps" and a very special cover tune."

The band will also record their first Live CD/DVD in the USA in May.

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Source: edenscurse.com
Band profile: Eden's Curse
Posted: 13.03.2010 by SlaytallicA | Comments (2)