York, Pennsylvania-based progressive rock/metal band IMAGES OF EDEN will release its sophomore album, "Sunlight of the Spirit", on November 21 via Nightmare Records.Described in the band's official bio as "the most phenomenal display of musicianship in the mid-Atlantic region," IMAGES OF EDEN "combines explosive music and powerful vocals with lyrics that are extremely passionate and true to life." Their 2001 debut CD, "Chapter I", was recorded by vocalist Gordon Tittsworth as a one-man project (with a session drummer) with a goal to form the ultimate mid-Atlantic hard rock act around. Once "Chapter I" was complete, the search for musicians began. Images had gone through several members and had auditioned even many more before deciding on the final lineup. For more information, visit the official IMAGES OF EDEN web site.
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