HELLOWEEN Singer To Guest On New EDEN'S CURSE Album

January 19, 2011

Multinational melodic metallers EDEN'S CURSE have released details of the second guest vocalist to appear on their forthcoming third album, "Trinity", due out on March 18 via AFM Records.

As previously reported, DREAM THEATER vocalist James LaBrie duets with EDEN'S CURSE frontman Michael Eden on the epic "No Holy Man", which will be released as a single and video next month by AFM, and the band has now confirmed that HELLOWEEN vocalist and former PINK CREAM 69 singer Andi Deris will also duet with Eden on the bruising "Black Widow", which is said to be the heaviest CURSE tune to date.

Quipped Eden: "Metal overload with a middle-finger salute is perfect. Perfect for me! Perfect for you! Flying in on the CURSE jet — all hail the mighty Andi Deris of HELLOWEEN! Andi kicked it so hard at the party that I nearly lost my voice keeping up with him. Rejoice."

A 90-second sample of "Black Widow" is now streaming at the EDEN'S CURSEFacebook page.

"Trinity" was produced by the band's longtime engineer Dennis Ward (KROKUS, PINK CREAM 69, ANGRA) and will also be released by Metal Mayhem in the USA and Spiritual Beast in Japan.

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