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Артист: Eden's Curse Название: Symphony Of Sin Жанр: Heavy Metal Год выхода: 2013 Label: AFM Records / AFM 463-2 О музыке:
In late August 2007 the Rock and Metal world witnessed the birth of Eden's Curse, a multi-national Melodic Metal group with its
members spanning four countries and two continents. Formed in January 2006 by chief songwriter and Bassist, Scotsman Paul Logue (David Readman / Cry
Havoc) and United States born and bred Vocalist Michael Eden (Seven Ten), these two musicians hatched a plan to form a group utilizing the wonders of
modern technology and in particular the world wide web. Armed with nothing but passion, spirit and an uncompromising batch of hyper rock songs they
found German guitar virtuoso Thorsten Koehne (Code Of Perfection / Demon Drive / Attack) and English Drummer Pete Newdeck (Steve Grimmett Band / Paul
Dianno’s Killers / Lionsheart / The Shock), before experienced German keyboard player Ferdy Doernberg (Axel Rudi Pell / Rough Silk / Therion /
Taraxacum / Uli Jon Roth) completed the line-up in June 2006.
With heavy weights such as Pink Cream 69 and Unisonic bassist Dennis Ward (Angra / Krokus / House Of Lords / Michael Kiske / Russell Allen Jorn
Lande) secured at the production helm and band colleague David Readman (Pink Cream 69 / Voodoo Circle / Adagio), as well as Doogie White (Rainbow /
Yngwie Malmsteen / Cornerstone / Empire / Tank) and Carsten Schulz (Evidence One / Roger Staffalbach’s Angel Of Eden / Midnite Club / Domain) on
backing vocals, in their corner, the group signed to AFM Records (Europe), Metal Mayhem Music (USA), Spiritual Beast (Japan) and Dynamo Records
(Brazil) and their debut album not only burst but more like exploded onto the scene in late August 2007 to critical acclaim.
The group faired extremely well in the 2007 end of year votes throughout the global Rock Metal press with the highlights being voted Best Newcomer
of 2007 by the Readers of RockUnited.Com, Best Metal/Prog Album 2007 by MelodicRock.com and Thorsten Koehne being awarded Guitarist of the Year 2007,
also by MelodicRock.com.
In June 2008 the band released a limited edition rare E.P. "Seven Deadly Sins – The Acoustic Sessions" via their US label Metal Mayhem Music.
Featuring seven renditions of tracks from the acclaimed debut in a laid back MTV-Unplugged type setting.
In August 2008 Eden's Curse made a triumphant, yet unexpected, return with their sophomore release "The Second Coming". Once again mixed by
Dennis Ward, the band truly "upped the ante" in terms of song writing, performances and production. With guest appearances from Tony Harnell (TNT) and
Pamela Moore, best known for her performance as Sister Mary on the 1988 worldwide smash hit Operation: Mindcrime by Queensrche, "The Second Coming"
was seen by many to be a real stepping stone for the band that built upon the foundations laid by the debut. The sheer strength of the album had many
in the industry claiming the arrival of Eden's Curse as force truly to be reckoned with!
The power metal anthem "Angels Demons", where Michael Eden duets with the sultry Pamela Moore, became an internet smash hit which reached over
230,000 unique plays on the bands MySpace page and received even more lavish praise and airplay from Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson on his BBC
Radio Friday Rock Show.
Following on from the success of "Angels Demons" the group released a promotional video of the track which has received over 38,000 unique plays on
YouTube and features scenes from the horror movie Jezebeth which included the song on it's soundtrack.
In February 2009 the band were nominated by the UK’s largest Music publication Classic Rock Magazine as one of their coveted "Bands to Watch for in
2009". Classic Rock scribe Dave Ling enthused “If, like Classic Rock, you still hanker for the days when hard-rock bands wrote fantastic, soar away
choruses and backed them with iron-clad melodies, then it's high time you met Eden's Curse”.
In May 2009 Eden's Curse achieved their primary goal, which was to take the band from the studio to the stage. They headed off on a six date UK
Irish tour as opening band for Finnish Power Metal legends Stratovarius and Greek Melodic Metallers Firewind, the band led by current Ozzy Osbourne
guitarist Gus G. The tour was a roaring success for the group who received excellent audience reactions each and every night and made many new
In June 2009 the group parted company with original keyboard player Ferdy Doernberg and appointed experienced Italian musician Alessandro Del Vecchio
(Glenn Hughes / Ian Paice / Moonstone Project / Edge Of Forever) as his replacement.
Del Vecchio made his live debut with Eden's Curse when the band headlined the Sophie Lancaster stage on the final day of renowned UK Metal
festival Bloodstock Open Air 2009.
In December 2009 the band toured the UK with Scottish Pirate Metallers Alestorm and The Rotted and appeared at the Hard Rock Hell III festival to
round off a busy year of touring.
The group spent the majority of 2010 in the studio writing and recording their third album Trinity, however they took some time out to make their live
debut on US soil with an appearance at MelodicRockFest 2, near Chicago, alongside Y T, Winger and Danger Danger to name but a few.
In March 2011 they released their third studio album Trinity which was packed with all their traditional trademarks and marked the bands recorded
debut new keyboard player Alessandro Del Vecchio.
As had become accustomed with each Eden's Curse the band have once again recruited some outstanding guest vocalists to appear on Trinity.
Duetting with Michael Eden on the epic Melodic Metal anthem "No Holy Man" was none other than Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie. Also contributing
backing vocals to the whole album LaBrie enthused: “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 ".
Prior to the album release the group presented a digital single and promo video for "No Holy Man" on YouTube. An exciting animated video wrapped
around the concept of a TV Evangelist living two lives - one of the good book and one of debauchery. The video proved a roaring success with views
exceeding the 73,000 mark.
Vocalist Andi Deris of German Heavy Metal legends Helloween also duets on the bruising "Black Widow" one of the bands heaviest tracks to date.
Trinity was a classy affair that saw Eden's Curse once again take steps forward and cement their place alongside many of their contemporaries in
today's European Melodic Metal scene.
In July 2011 the bands new found relationship with James LaBrie paid off handsomely when they were personally invited by the Dream Theater front man
to open for the New York Prog Metal legends on their two UK warm up shows, prior to their headline appearance at High Voltage festival in London.
Eden's Curse played a blistering 40 minute set at Leeds and Wolverhampton, respectively, in front of a combined 4500 fans, and won many new
supporters, including several members of Dream Theater!
”They were unbelievable! Their songs are so good. You know what, straight up, I was heading to catering to grab a bite to eat when they started
playing and I just sat down saying nothing. I looked at the crew and said 'Are you guys hearing this'? and they said 'Yeah, they are
REALLY good'! There is no bigger compliment I can pay those guys” quipped new Drummer Mike Mangini.
In October 2011 Michael Eden quit the band and his successor was announced as Italian vocalist Marco Sandron (Pathosray / Fairyland) in March 2012.
The band released a free download single and promotional video entitled "Time To Breathe" and made two live appearances at with Sandron at PPM Fest in
Belgium in April and Dokkem Open Air in June.
Sandron's tenure in the band, however, was short lived as the group announced in September 2012 that together they had mutually agreed it best to
part company with each other stating that "... it simply did not work out". Public auditions were announced and the band spent the remainder of the
year looking at potential replacements and writing and recording the fourth album.
In July 2013, ending ten months of speculation, Eden's Curse finally announced that Serbian born vocalist Nikola Mijic (Alogia / Dreyelands) had
been appointed as their new singer and that Alessandro Del Vecchio had also left the group to further his growing career as a mixing engineer. Del
Vecchio's place was taken by highly respected former Power Quest main man and keyboard player Steve Williams, who was also an ex-member of
With the new line up in place the group revealed that their new album "Symphony Of Sin" would be released in October 2013 by their long term label
partners AFM Records and Spiritual Beast (Japan). Preceding the albums release is the groups most sumptuous promotional video to date for the lead
single "Evil Divine".
Shot on location at the famous renovated Church St. Andrews in the Square in Glasgow, the video is a sophisticated moody-yet-dark love story between
the protagonist, played by Mijic, and an angelic figure.
With long term mixing engineer Dennis Ward and graphic designer Thomas Ewerhard (Edguy, Avantasia, Jorn Lande) on board the finished results were
always guaranteed to sound and look spectacular, but it's the meat on the bones of "Symphony Of Sin" that really matters.
Eden's Curse make a triumphant return with their most cohesive batch of songs to date on an album that the band members describe as "special".
Add to that a visual transformation that produces results that declare with undeniable fact that Eden's Curse has never looked or sounded
The new look line up is set to make its live debut at Firefest in October 2013 alongside acts such as the Jeff Scott Soto fronted W.E.T. and Harem
Scarem amongst many more.
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1.Symphony of Sin
2.Break the Silence
5.Fallen From Grace
6.Losing My Faith
9.Turn The Page
10.Sign of the Cross
11.Wings to Fly
12.Devil in Disguise
13.Where is the Love?