Empires Of Eden Announces Australian Release For New Album "Reborn In Fire"
Australia's Empires of Eden has checked in with the following announcement about signing to Rockstar Records for the release of a new album:
"Empires of Eden has signed to Rockstar Records for the Australian territory. The new album for Empires of Eden - Reborn in Fire features an all star cast of metal's finest voices. Slated for release on August 22, the album will feature two bonus tracks for Australia and will be available in stores nationally.
"Featuring a staggering list of international metal superstars in : Zak Stevens (Savatage), Mike Vescera ( Loudness / Yngwie Malmsteen), Steve Grimmett (Lionsheart / Grimreaper), Carlos Zema (Outworld) and Sean Peck (Cage). Further to this list of overseas names, the album also features the incredible vocals of Louie Gorgievski (Crimsonfire), Mike Zoias (Dune) and Sydney session vocalist Chris Ninni."
Zak Stevens commented on the album: "I had an amazing time working on the new Empires of Eden CD. Stuart Marshall is a super-talented recording artist who really knows how to get the best performances out of the artists he works with."
Guitarist Stu Marshall also commented, "It’s an understatement to say we are excited about signing Australia. This is a very special album for all of those involved and we look forward to dealing with this new record label. While this CD features some of metal’s most recognizable voices, in a unique twist, they have all composed their own lyrical and melodic concepts. It’s an insight into what makes these musicians who they are."
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