00:49 - Redn1ght Like, I mean more build up stress from shit you've gone through. :P
00:40 - mz yeah I def need to workout. I'm planning to start that tbh, but I must of depressed people I've seen did not have stress. Maybe it's just me, but stress actually activates you, while depression makes you passive
00:37 - Redn1ght Depression is usually caused by some form of stress. You still should go do some workout, it releases endorphins so yeah. It would be beneficial.
00:35 - mz there is no stress at all in my life, honestly.
00:35 - Redn1ght You need some workout man... Gets rid of the stress pretty well. :P
According to a posting on the Austrian Symphonic Metallers' website, Robert Schoenleitner is not able to continue in Edenbridge due to his profession which doesn´t go along to the long time touring plans of the band.
For your application as a guitar player: Please send a mail with your curriculum vitae, photos, mp3´s and/or videos to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, on September 19th, the production of the new Edenbridge album at the Wild One Studios in Vienna began. Threshold guitar mastermind and Thin Ice Studios chief Karl Groom came over from England to watch over the
Sebastian Lanser's drum recordings. Karl will also do the mix of the record which is scheduled for January. Recordings will continue on October 1st at Farpoint Station Studio in Austria, where vocals, guitars, basses and keyboards will be recorded.
The orchestra recordings for the new Edenbridge album will take place in Prague on October 12th. Edenbridge will be supported by the 65 piece Czech Film Orchestra (consisting of musicians from the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and the Czech State Opera Orchestra). The orchestra will be heard on nine out of ten songs plus the intro and did recordings for renowned Hollywood productions in the past. Lanvall's (guitars/keyboards) orchestral arrangements are currently put into the final score by famous conductor/composer/accordion virtuoso Enrique Ugarte.