EDEN'S CURSE: 'Creation Of Eden' DVD Trailer Available

Multinational melodic metallers EDEN'S CURSE are about to release their first DVD titled "Creation Of Eden" which is a two-disc "rockumentary" of the making of their self-titled debut album and the highly acclaimed follow-up, "The Second Coming".

Released on November 29 on the band's own label, A&D Records, the DVD clocks in at 169 minutes and also features several bonus interviews and interactive band biographies.

Pre-orders are now available at special discounted price from this location.

A DVD trailer can be viewed below.

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EDEN'S CURSE's next studio album, "Trinity", is tentatively due mid-March via AFM Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Saints Of Tomorrow", "No Holy Man", "Can't Fool The Devil", "Jerusalem Sleeps" and a very special cover tune from one of the group's biggest influences.

"Trinity" will mark the band's recording debut with new keyboard player Alessandro Del Vecchio (GLENN HUGHES, IAN PAICE, MOONSTONE PROJECT, EDGE OF FOREVER).


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