EDEN'S CURSE: Second Studio Video Report

Multinational melodic metal band EDEN'S CURSE is in the studio working on its as-yet-untitled fourth album for a late summer release via AFM Records.

The second in a series of video clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the new album recording sessions can be seen below.

English drummer Pete Newdeck completed recording all fourteen tracks at Higher Studios in Tewkesbury.

German virtuoso guitarist Thorsten Koehne tracked his parts at COP Studio in Bielefeld, Germany.

Among the fourteen songs selected for recording are "Evil & Divine", "Break The Silence", "Unbreakable", "Great Unknown" and "Devil In Disguise".

Mixing duties will once be performed by the band's longtime engineer, PINK CREAM 69 and UNISONIC bassist Dennis Ward, while German graphic designer Thomas Ewerhard (EDGUY, AVANTASIA, JORN) completes the same winning team who worked on the band's previous album, 2011's critically acclaimed "Trinity" record.

The fourth album will be the first to feature the band's new vocalist, who at this point has yet to be named, from a meticulous audition process.

"The plan was never to rush this appointment," stated bassist Paul Logue, who further addd, "Our aim is to find the best possible voice and personality for EDEN'S CURSE. Getting to know these guys is a fun but slow process and we are extremely excited about the quality on show."

EDEN'S CURSE in September 2012 announced the departure of their singer of six months, Marco Sandron. The group stated at the time, "This is due to various reasons, but it was mutually agreed that it would be in the best interests of the band to sever all ties. We believe Marco to be a great vocalist and person, but it just did not work out, and we sincerely wish him the greatest of success with his future musical endeavours."

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