Munich, April 2012. Empires of Eden unleashes “Channelling the Infinite” featuring UDO, Rob Rock, Mike Dimeo and many more!

Empires of Eden is proud to announce the release of Channelling the Infinite — the third album from global recording project Empires of Eden.

Japanese release date of June 1 through Rubicon Japan, rest of the world June 6 via Music Buy Mail.

Conceived and orchestrated by Australian shredding maestro Stu Marshall (ex-Dungeon), the album features some of the most influential voices in metal, including

  • Udo Dirkschneider (Accept, U.D.O.)

  • Rob Rock (Impellitteri, Driver)
  • Steve Grimmett (Grim Reaper, Lionsheart)
  • Mike Dimeo (Masterplan / Riot)
  • Sean Peck (Cage),
  • Carlos Zema (Outworld, Vougan)
  • Ronny Munroe (TSO, Metal Church)
  • Alessandro Del Vecchio (Edge of Forever)
  • Danny Cecati (Eyefear, Pegazus)
  • Louie Gorgievski (Crimsonfire)
  • Vo Simpson.(Darker Half)

Loaded with 12 tracks of brain-blasting power metal,

Channelling the Infinite features killer production and

powerful, hook-laden music that will appeal to any

aficionado. Each song is carefully crafted specifically to

suit the singer involved, and designed to best

complement their range and style. From there, the

vocalists have complete freedom to write the lyrics and

melodies, providing a unique insight into what truly

inspires these artists.

Also available as a limited-edition Digipak that includes

bonus tracks for each territory. In addition to the

spectacular vocals, face-melting lead breaks and riffs

that could take on a nuclear arsenal.

Empires of Eden once again showcases the incredible

cover art by L.A based “Alex Ruiz”

Producer Stu Marshall says, “I am overwhelmed by the power and emotion of the vocal performances that these amazing singers have brought to the album. It’s pushed my playing to levels I never thought possible and has created the most well-rounded release I have ever been involved with. Writing for these incredible artists is a dream come true and the finished product has actually exceeded my expectations. Every song is filled with a passion and spirit that immediately grabs the listener; I am very excited for people to hear this album.”
Empires of Eden’s winning formula was proven with the multi-vocalist sophomore release Reborn in Fire receiving worldwide critical acclaim with enthusiastic reviews and a consistent 9/10 average rating. Now, Channelling the Infinite brings us to the threshold of a new chapter in shredding melodic power metal.

This album is set to be one of the standout releases of 2012 and must not be missed.

For all song samples, new and information check out www.empiresofeden.com

A digital single release “This Time” featuring Steve Grimmett is scheduled for 11/05/2012 and the video can be checked at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KS30QcP2kRw

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