EDENBRIDGE To Play Russia In April

Austrian "angelic bombast metal" act EDENBRIDGE will play their first show in Russia at The Roxy in Moscow on April 3.

As previously reported, EDENBRIDGE will record a live DVD on March 20 at the Building a Force Festival at Stadthalle Widdern near Heilbronn, Germany. More information about the DVD's contents and release date will be made available soon.

EDENBRIDGE have been confirmed for this year's installment of the Bloodstock Festival, set to take place September 3-4, 2004 at The Assembly Rooms in Derby, England. Other bands set to appear at the festival include CHILDREN OF BODOM, SONATA ARCTICA, THRESHOLD, PRIMAL FEAR, CRUACHAN, BALANCE OF POWER and FOURWAYKILL.

EDENBRIDGE's third album, "Aphelion", was released in January 2003 through Germany's Massacre Records. The CD, which was recorded at House of Audio studio in Karlsdorf, Germany with producer Dennis Ward (ANGRA, PINK CREAM 69), features a guest appearance by SILENT FORCE/ex-ROYAL HUNT singer D.C. Cooper in the nine-minute epic "Red Ball In Blue Sky".


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