California-based, female-fronted progressive metallers ECHOES OF ETERNITY have been forced to cancel the remainder of their North American tour with TRAIL OF TEARS and UNEXPECT. According to the band, "Francine [Boucher, vocals] has come down with bronchitis, she has lost her voice and is severely ill. Unfortunately these circumstances are beyond our control. TRAIL OF TEARS and UNEXPECT will still be playing, [so] be sure to check them out."ECHOES OF ETERNITY's Olle Carlsson-directed video for the song "Voices in a Dream" can be viewed below. The track, which was chosen by the fans via a poll conducted at the band's official MySpace page, comes off the group's debut album, "The Forgotten Goddess", which was released in the U.S. on February 20, 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records (February 2 in Germany). The CD was recorded over a six-month period in Venice, California at RavensWork Studios and produced, engineered, and mastered by Eric Ryan.
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