EDENBRIDGE Begins Recording New Album

Austrian female-fronted symphonic metal band EDENBRIDGE has issued the following update:

"Recordings for our seventh studio album have begun last weekend at Wild One Studios in Vienna. Max [Pointner] has hammered his drum takes on tape respectively hard disc in unbelievable one and a half days and the results are simply fantastic!

"We will continue with recordings in October. Guitars, basses, vocals and all acoustic instruments like bouzouki, mandolin, Irish fiddle and acoustic guitars will be recorded at [guitarist/keyboardist] Lanvall's Farpoint Station studio. Already finished are all keyboards, pianos and orchestrations."

The new EDENBRIDGE album is tentatively due in May/June 2010.

Regarding the new material's direction, EDENBRIDGE previously said, "Of course, we have followed the symphonic way of our last album, 'MyEarthDream' [2008]. Nevertheless, there are more atmospheric and melancholic vibes on the new one."

The band added, "We have two absolutely smashing hit songs, both perfect for a video clip."

Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Brothers On Diamir", "Skyline's End", "Bon Voyage Vagabond", "Further Afield" and "Come Undone".

EDENBRIDGE will team up with SERENITY for a tour in September.

EDENBRIDGE's live album, "LiveEarthDream", was released on May 4. The disc was recorded at various concerts in 2008 and can only and exclusively be ordered through the band's fanshop. The album is limited to 1,000 copies and will not be available anywhere else.

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