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Flight Of Eden : “Dante’s Inferno” Digital 9th April 2020 Self Released.

Flight Of Eden : "Dante's Inferno" Digital 9th April 2020 Self Released.
Flight Of Eden : "Dante's Inferno" Digital 9th April 2020 Self Released.
Flight Of Eden : "Dante's Inferno" Digital 9th April 2020 Self Released.
Flight Of Eden : “Dante’s Inferno” Digital 9th April 2020 Self Released.

Flight Of Eden : “Dante’s Inferno” Digital 9th April 2020 Self Released. English Progressive / Death Metal band.

Started only two years ago, previously playing as a three members band named Zodiark.  They changed name and got a fourth member, they released already one album and this is the second one coming. Creating melting tunes from diverse music styles, their technic and craft skills made a kick ass album. The cover artwork gets you thinking and looking closely to understand the meaning. 

Pretty unusual cover album, Flight Of Eden brings an artistic way to gather the fans from various places. Musically also very interesting, a long intro with sounds and then the explosion of broken chords and technical riffs. Tight and precise, the band is flawless in delivering the best music ever. It lets you know the guys have a past that keeps them apart joining the ranks of modern brilliant musicians.

‘When Pink Floyd meets Dream Theater and Messugah’

Releasing their own albums, this new one is having a different approach. The first album had a very visual digital artwork and colorful, this new album has a much retro kind of demo type with a black and white drawing. Yet the complexity of it gives you a hint of what to expect. Nomore logo and a simple little font like a painting.

Keyboards and sounds, mixed up with shark tempos and growls melting into a melody that gets you listening. Captivating and out of time , the music reminds you lots of bands that were once in advance compare to what music was back in the day. Flight Of Eden keeps this path to show this kind of music is always here and can defy time.

Meet the band and their universe :

Dante’s Inferno‘ has nine tracks that kind of flow along from the first to the end, like a river going down the hill. It takes you to the valley of unknown experiences. In the overall  it helps the spirit for those who love technics played with perfection. Playing live shows and releasing their own albums, you can imagine they have the right connections to gain into fame.

Many influences such as Sons of Apollo , M.I.God, Lance King, Fear Factory, Iced Earth…You can buy this album on every platforms as their bandcamp page. 

LIVE DATES:

•May 8th – GothAid (in aid of the Sophie Lancaster Foundation)

•15th April – O’Rileys, Hull (Co-headline with Lestweforget)

•15th April – Fuel, Cardiff (Co-headline with Lestweforget)

•18th April – Nambucca, London (Co-headline with Lestweforget)

Don’t miss out the chance to see this awesome band 98/100.

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The Metal Mag was born in 1998 in England, the wish to support Metal bands in the world. A magazine is readable for free with live video interviews and link to partners.

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