Featuring the soaring vocals of Sean Peck (Cage), the arrangement of the classic Christmas anthem is taken into the epic realm of heavy metal.

All proceeds from Itunes will go to the charity “Metal For Cancer” to support cancer research. This is available for a strictly limited time.

Empires of Eden’s creator Stu Marshall comments: “This track came into being when I was hanging with Sean in California on a recent trip. It seemed a great way to honour a great song and at the same time offer something positive towards the fight for Cancer. The usual covers of Christmas carols are fairly comical and we wanted to take it the other way, much heavier and dramatic. Working with Sean on the last EOE cd was an incredible experience so it was natural for us to work on this”.

From singer Sean Peck: ” Cancer has affected all of our lives directly or indirectly and we would encourage all metal heads to take the time to give just a small donation towards defeating this killer.”

With the recent success of the release by CAGEThe Supremacy of Steel and the third Empires of Eden cd about to commence, this release is a must have for fans of metal music.

You can buy the song here: http://itunes.apple.com/en/album/xmas-special-single/id489138573

Free streaming here: http://soundcloud.com/heavymetalmedia/we-three-kings-empires-of-eden

www.empiresofeden.com
www.cageheavymetal.com
www.frontiermastering.com
www.metalforcancer.com
www.rockngrowl.com

We Three Kings” was produced at Frontier Studio in Sydney Australia – Vocals tracked by Dave Garcia at Cage studios.

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