NEW EDEN Contribute New Track To German Sampler

April 16, 2002

NEW EDEN's "Threshold of Tolerance", taken from the group's forthcoming Stagnant Progression CD, will be featured on the Metal Crusade CD sampler, published annually by German magazine Heavy Oder Was?. 40,000 copies of the sampler will be released. In other news, NEW EDEN guitarist Horacio will make a special guest appearance at the upcoming STEEL PROPHET CD listening party on April 25th at Salon Corona (formerly FM Station) in Hollywood, California. Horacio had previously played on the first two STEEL PROPHET CDs and this will be his first reunion with the band since his departure. In addition to STEEL PROPHET, the show will feature performances by ONWARD, BRAZEN, DREAMS OF DAMNATION, and AGENT STEEL.

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