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.




The band says: "Finally we thank our fans for their patience over the last ten months. Finding a singer is easy, but finding the right singer takes time and we are thrilled with our choice. We can't wait to share every second of our new music with you guys. Thanks for being there for us! Please join us in welcoming Steve and Nikola to the band. Roll on October! "





Source: edenscurse.com
Band profile: Eden's Curse
 
Posted: 20.07.2013 by Bad English



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Bad English - 20.07.2013 at 19:34  
I like bass player accent, I like the way how he talks
Kingface - 21.07.2013 at 12:35  
I haven't followed Eden's Curse that closely, although I have a couple of their albums and have seen them live, but having Steve Willams in the band will encourage me to check out their new album when it's out.

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