EDEN'S CURSE Parts Ways With Singer, Seeks Replacement
September 14, 2012
Multinational melodic metallers EDEN'S CURSE have announced the departure of their singer of six months, Marco Sandron. The group states, "This is due to various reasons, but it was mutually agreed that it would be in the best interests of the band to sever all ties. We believe Marco to be a great vocalist and person, but it just did not work out, and we sincerely wish him the greatest of success with his future musical endeavours."
While EDEN'S CURSE's creative core members continue with writing their fourth album, they have also commenced a worldwide search for a new vocalist.
"We are looking for a powerful, melodic singer to write the next chapter of EDEN'S CURSE with us," says bassist Paul Logue.
EDEN'S CURSE has released a three-minute video on YouTube to accompany the vocalist search. Check it out below.
Anyone wishing to audition for the vacant position should apply by following the instructions at this location.
Hailing from Portgruaro, 50 miles from Venice, in the northeast of Italy, Sandron 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.