VIDEO FOOTAGE OF EDEN'S CURSE PERFORMANCE AT DOKK'EM FESTIVAL ONLINE NOW 2nd July 2012
Eden's Curse have posted a nine-minute fan video featuring performance footage from the band's June 30th appearance at the Dokk'Em Open Air Festival 2012 at Dokkum, Netherlands. Check it out below.
Eden's Curse earlier in the year announced the addition of Italian singer Marco Sandron to the group's ranks. Hailing from Portgruaro, 50 miles from Venice, in the northeast of Italy, Marco previously sang for Italian progressive Metal act Pathosray, who released their self-titled debut on Sensory Records in 2007 and their sophomore CD, 'Sunless Skies', on Frontiers Records in 2009. That same year he also contributed lead vocals to French symphonic Metal outfit Fairyland's 'Score To A New Beginning' album, which was released on Napalm Records.
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'Time To Breathe', the latest single and promotional video from Eden's Curse, can be seen here. The clip was shot on location at Sky Park in Glasgow with director Simon J. Gillespie of Music Video Scotland.
Written by Paul Logue and Pete Newdeck, 'Time To Breathe''s lyrics are very topical, as Newdeck explains. "The lyrics stem from the current financial crisis grippling society today and the ignorance people have to what we are doing to ourselves and this awesome world we live in," he says. "We need to buy ourselves time or it will be too late to put it all right."
Director Simon Jake Gillespie of Music Video Scotland explains the concept behind the video: "As well as capturing the band performance, we wanted to portray the lyrical concept in a visual manner by showing four different people from four different walks of life uniting together to help each other escape from a situation. This symbolizes what we perceive needs to happen in society today to work our way out of the mess we have found ourselves in globally."
A snippet of the demo version of 'Losing My Faith', a brand new song from Eden's Curse, can be streamed using the SoundCloud player below. The track will appear on the band's forthcoming fourth studio album, which will be recorded later in the year.