EDEN: DVD Preview Posted Online

Reunited '80s metal band EDEN, who are currently in the studio working on a new CD, have posted a video clip from their upcoming DVD release at this location. Special features on the DVD to include interviews with current and former members of the band, as well as vintage live footage from back in the day, and some hilarious outtakes with guitarist Lenny Spickle and former EDEN frontman Mike Stone (now guitar player for QUEENSRĊ¸CHE).

EDEN has been around since the early '80s when their hard-hitting anthems like "Pound it Out" and "Judgment Day" received regular airplay on KNAC (now KNAC.COM) and the band opened for DOKKEN and GREAT WHITE at Verizon Wireless Stadium in Irvine. EDEN has a new attitude and a new frontman, Augie Madrigal, and are ready to kick ass with some killer new tunes.

(Thanks: FreddyMedal)


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