The Klangvereinigung Vienna orchestra, featuring with conductor Gerald Mair, recorded the orchestra parts for the new album from Austrian female-fronted symphonic metallers EDENBRIDGE last weekend at Home Music Studio in Vienna with Georg Luksch.
Commented EDENBRIDGE guitarist/founder Lanvall: "The result is overwhelming. We have decided to record strings, brass/woodwinds and percussion seperately this time. Everything sounds more voluminous and cleaner. The musicians of the orchestra did a tremendous job. Be prepared for a real blast!"
EDENBRIDGE's seventh album, "Solitaire", entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 95 back in July 2010.
The "Higher" video can be viewed below. The clip was filmed with director Silvan Buege (Blackstage TV).
EDENBRIDGE's live album, "LiveEarthDream", was released in May 2009. The disc was recorded at various concerts in 2008 and was only available through the band's fanshop.
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