TOMORROW'S EVE: Video Teaser Available
German progressive metal band TOMORROW'S EVE will release its fourth album, "Tales From Serpentia", on October 10 via Lion Music. Ateaser video for the track "Succubus" can be viewed below.
According to a press release, "Tales From Serpentia" is "a collage of short stories, written by a twisted mind; dark and dreadful fictions from the abyss. Musically, TOMORROW'S EVE still performs progressive metal, but with an emphasis on catchy melodic vocal lines and heavy riffs. The band plays complex but always accessible songs, holding interesting details to discover over repeated listens. In short: very dark, very melodic, and very accessible."
"Tales From Serpentia" track listing:
02. The Years Ahead
03. Dream Diary
04. No Harm
08. The Curse
09. The Tower
TOMORROW'S EVE is:
Martin Lemar - Vocals
Rainer Grund - Guitars
Oliver Schwickert - Keys
Chris Doerr - Bass
Tom Diener – Drums
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