Eden’s Curse
Eden’s Curse

Eden’s Curse 2019 Tour

Following their recent guest appearances on the Michael Schenker Fest tour, and the release of Testament – The Best Of Eden’s Curse, the multinational European band has announced their own headline tour of the UK in April 2019.

Eden’s Curse has also announced that there will be two very special guests joining them on the road:  German Melodic metal act Mob Rules and up and coming Swedish melodic rockers Degreed.

Eden’s Curse bass player and main songwriter Paul Logue said Mob Rules have been one of my favourite bands for many years” on his choosing their addition to the tour and while aware of Degreed had not seen them until last year: “I caught them opening for H.E.A.T last year and they were absolutely brilliant. We then followed them on the bill at MelodicRock Fest – Scandinavia in Sweden, earlier this summer, and I loved what I saw and kept them in mind as possible future touring partners. I’m really glad they accepted our offer. I think it makes it a brilliant package for the fans.”

The complete tour dates & ticket links are featured below.

EDEN’S CURSE 2019 TOUR

Sun 14th April: The Underworld Camden, London.
Mon 15th April: Trillians Newcastle, Newcastle.
Tue 16th April: Yardbirds Rock, Grimsby.
Wed 17th April: Eleven, Stoke.
Thu 18th April: The Robin 2, Bilston.
Fri 19th April: Corporation Sheffield.
Sat 20th April: Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd.
Sun 21st April: The Garage G2, Glasgow, SCO.

For more about Testament – The Best Of Eden’s Curse at RAMzine click here. It features ‘Forever’ a new song released as a single, and you can watch the video for it right here.

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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