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Eden's Curse To Record Live DVD At Melodic Rock Fest 2

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Melodic metallers Eden's Curse have announced they will be recording their first Live DVD and album in May. The recording will take place at the Melodic Rock Fest 2, which is scheduled to take place at The Roadhouse in Elgin, Illinois, within minutes of downtown Chicago on the weekend of April 30th to May 2nd, 2010.

"Melodic Rock.Com wanted diversity with this line-up and he shall have it," says Michael Eden, the bands singer. He adds "When MelodicRock.com owner Andrew McNeice requested The Curse we just couldn't say no! The wheels will be greased and the band will be firing on all cylinders. This should make an interesting few days sharing the stage with Y&T, Winger, Danger Danger, Jimi Jamison (Survivor), Crown Of Thorns, Alias and of course one time Journey vocalist Jeff Scott Soto's new band W.E.T. among many others. The Curse has wanted to play in America for quite some time and now we will do that along with capturing it live in a city I've played many times in the last twenty plus years."

More information about the festival can be found at this location.

Eden's Curse is also nearing completion of the writing phase for the upcoming third album, to be titled "Trinity," which will be recorded in Spring with the band's long term producer Dennis Ward once again at the helm. "Trinity" will mark the bands recording debut with new keyboard player Alessandro Del Vecchio. A Fall 2010 release is planned with full promotion to follow.

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