Eden's Curse Signs Worldwide Deal With AFM Records, New LP In 2013
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Melodic metal band Eden's Curse announced that the group inked a new worldwide recording contract with AFM Records. Eden's Curse is currently wrapping up the writing for the new, yet untitled album, which will feature new vocalist Marco Sandron (Pathosray/Fairyland), and is targeting a tentative Spring 2013 release.
Bassist Paul Logue commented on the signing: “Signing a new deal with AFM was one of the easiest decisions we have made as band. AFM have been our long term partners since 2007 and have always done a great job for us. We recently sat down together and discussed our future plans and where we saw the band headed and they made it known that they are firmly behind us."
Logue went on to discuss the new material: "We are really into the home straight of the writing phase now. We are taking our time to make sure we have the song ideas that does the Eden’s Curse name proud and exactly what our fan base would expect from us. We are very excited by the new tunes."
Timo Hoffmann of AFM Records stated: “Working with Eden's Curse always was a delight. These guys are really dedicated to what they do and their ambitions, positive attitude and high standards always result in great quality. Since signing with us in 2007, the band has released three fantastic albums. No signs of slowing down – in fact it’s quite the contrary. But also beside the creative part, we found reliable partners in Eden's Curse. That’s why we are very happy that the previous deal with the band (which was for the European territory only) now has become enhanced to a worldwide deal. We are looking forward to a great fourth album next year, and many more to come hopefully…”
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