eden's curse

EDEN'S CURSE

Formed in 2006, Melodic Hard Rock act Eden's Curse have released five studio albums and a double live album on German heavyweight label AFM Records. In August 2017 they celebrated the 10th Anniversary of their debut album by releasing 'Revisited'' which includes a re-recording of the classic album and their first DVD - 'Live In Glasgow'. Initially formed as an internet studio project by Glasgow bassist Paul Logue, they have transformed into a fully fledged touring outfit during a decade together. They have managed to win over audiences wherever they have played, whilst collecting praise from luminary peers such as legendary Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson and Prog Metal giants Dream Theater - who personally invited them to support them on their 2011 UK Tour. They have amassed great live experience having also toured the UK with Stratovarius, Firewind, Alestorm and headlined their own UK club tours in 2014 and 2016, supporting their last two studio releases 'Symphony Of Sin' and 'Cardinal' respectively. Eden's Curse have also appeared at major UK festivals such as Bloodstock, Hard Rock Hell & Firefest. They have also gained international recognition with appearances at Rock Of Ages Festival (DE), PPM Fest (BE), Vasby Rock Festival (SE), Dokkem Open Air (NL), Melodic Rock Fest (USA), Melodic Rock Fest Scandinavia (SWE) & supporting German Power Metal icons Freedom Call on their German/Swiss tour in February 2017. The band will support Michael Schenker Fest on their UK Tour in November alongside appearances at Hard Rock Hell XII and Winter Storm festivals and have been confirmed for Planet Rock’s Winter’s End in 2019. They have collaborated on their albums with illustrious names such as James LaBrie (Dream Theater), Andi Deris (Helloween), Liv Kristine (Leaves' Eyes), Pamela Moore (Queensryche), Doogie White (Michael Schenker, Rainbow, Yngwie Malmsteen), Tony Hanell (TNT, Skid Row) & David Readman (Pink Cream 69, Almanac, Voodoo Circle, Adagio, TANK).

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Sun, 14 Apr 2019 edens curse the underworld camden