EDENBRIDGE Announces Touring Guitarist
Austrian "angelic bombast metal" act EDENBRIDGE has announced the addition of Robert Schoenleitner as the "second guitar player for live shows from now on."
EDENBRIDGE has scheduled three U.K. dates in November. The details are as follows:
Nov. 13 - Bradford, UK - Rios
Nov. 14 - Stratford, UK – Cox's Yard
Nov. 15 - Poole, UK - Mr. Kyps
As previously reported, EDENBRIDGE's fifth album, "The Grand Design", will be released in China via Rock Empire Music.
"The Grand Design" is scheduled for release in the U.S. later in the year via Napalm Records. An exact release date will be announced soon. The follow-up to 2004's "Shine" was recorded at The Farpoint Station studio in Austria and the Thin Ice facility in England with THRESHOLD mastermind Karl Groom. Guest musicians on the album include Dennis Ward and Robby Valentine, both of whom were responsible for backing vocals and choirs on the new CD. A single, featuring the band's cover version of the James Bond classic "For Your Eyes Only" (originally sung by Sheena Easton), was issued in April.
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