EDEN: 'Oblivion' Audio Samples Available

Audio samples from "Oblivion", the forthcoming album from EDEN the British outfit which features Nick Workman (KICK) and Vince O'Regan (BOB CATLEY) are available at this location.

Due on June 11 via Z Records, "Oblivion" features influences from WHITESNAKE, LED ZEPPELIN and QUEENSRCHE, to name but a few, according to a press release.

EDEN recently announced the addition of drummer Lynch Radinski to the group's ranks. Lynch previously played drums in O'Regan's former band PULSE. Workman has said "Lynch brings in an energy and groove that the material on our new album, 'Oblivion', requires."

EDEN has completed several dates as the support act for HOUSE OF LORDS.


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