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Eden's Curse

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In January 2006 songwriter/bass player PAUL LOGUE of CRY HAVOC and United States born and bred vocalist MICHAEL EDEN decided to form a rock solid partnership cemented in Metal. The two were 100% positive that the music created between them would break down walls worldwide and have people asking questions. The two new friends spoke for hundreds of hours being creative before making a battle plan.

This ballistic force of singer and songwriter soon recruited English drummer PETE NEWDECK, who is currently the heart pounding force behind the STEVE GRIMMETT BAND. He earned his stripes by playing drums for PAUL DIANNO’S KILLERS and THE SHOCK. These three unstoppable musicians were on a quest for the perfect guitar sound and attitude, as well as a guy who possessed rock solid ability above everything else. Enter former DEMON DRIVE and ATTACK guitar virtuoso THORSTEN KOEHNE of CODE OF PERFECTION.

Koehne’s name was looked at because his current manager CARSTEN LIZARD SCHULZ brought it to the bands attention. Schulz is also the vocalist in EVIDENCE ONE, MIDNITE CLUB and formerly of DOMAIN. Logue and Schulz immediately struck up a friendship and the two, along with Eden, co-wrote the majority of the album’s material. Schulz also brought a left over EVIDENCE ONE track “Eyes Of The World” to the table. Written by himself and ROBBY BOEBEL, his partner in EVIDENCE ONE and guitarist for FRONTLINE. The two are best known for their critically acclaimed 2004 NUCLEAR BLAST release “Tattooed Heart”.

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