NEWS: Dan Brown Inspires New Eden’s Curse Single

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Renowned American author Dan Brown, who wrote ‘The Da Vinci Code‘, is the inspiration behind multinational Melodic Metal band Eden’s Curse and their brand new single ‘Forever‘.

Bassist and main songwriter Paul Logue picks up the story: “I actually wrote ‘Forever‘ way back in 2005 for Pink Cream 69 singer David Readman’s solo album. However, his label decided to push him in a more AOR direction, so I always kept this one on the back burner – ‘Sign Of The Cross‘ also came from the same session. I always knew it would see the light of day and Thorsten reworked it and made it more in keeping with where we are today as a band. Back then, I had just read Dan Brown’s brilliant novel ‘Angels & Demons‘ and the lyrics are based around that whole story and protagonist Robert Langdon’s darkest moments in the night hunting down the illuminati assassin. A lot of people assume that our own song ‘Angels & Demons‘ is based on the book, but it is not“.

Logue goes onto add “Dan Brown is my favourite author and I have read every one of his books. They are a constant source of lyrical inspiration. I just love the way he goes in so deep to his subject matter and isn’t afraid to tackle some difficult yet thought provoking subject matters. It is such brilliantly written fiction, that it’s almost believable”.

‘Forever’ is taken from the band’s new release ‘Testament – The Best Of Eden’s Curse‘ which is out on AFM Records on 2nd November 2nd 2018.

Order your copy right here:
https://shop.afm-records.de/detail/index/sArticle/1458

For more information visit:
www.edenscurse.com
www.facebook.com/edenscurseofficial

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