EDENBRIDGE Announce First-Ever South American Live Date, In Argentina
November 16, 2012, 2 years ago
Austria-based female-fronted symphonic metallers EDENBRIDGE will perform in Argentina on March 1st, 2013. This is the band's first show ever in South America. The show in Buenos Aires takes place at Teatro Flores.
Edenbridge recently announced that the Klangvereinigung Vienna orchestra, featuring with conductor Gerald Mair, have recorded the orchestra parts for the band's new album (title to be revealed soon) at Home Music Studio (Vienna) with Georg Luksch.
Edenbridge guitarist Lanvall stated: "The result is overwhelming. We have decided to record strings, brass/woodwinds and percussion seperately this time. Everything sounds more voluminous and cleaner. The musicians of the orchestra did a tremendous job. Be prepared for a real blast !"
Edenbridge previously confirmed that Max Pointner has finished drum recordings for the new album, at Sunprojects Studio (Austria).
Guitarist Lanvall stated: "Max's new Tama drum kit sounds absolutely awesome and I think we were able to bring this great sound to tape."
More news regarding the new album coming soon. More on Edenbridge at this location.
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