The Skinny: Multinational melodic metal band Eden’s Curse have released the song “Unbreakable”, from their fourth studio album Symphony Of Sin, and made it available to stream for free – listen just above! The album artwork was created again by another of the groups long term collaborators, Thomas Ewerhard (Edguy, Avantasia, Jorn) and marks the return of a familar face in “Eve” who graced the bands debut album cover.

“It’s a song that holds a special place in my heart and I think it really has some cross over potential” stated bassist Paul Logue when asked about the song. He went onto add “‘Unbreakable’ began as a musical idea from Thorsten Koehne (guitars) which we rearranged and worked on lyrics and melodies alongside Pete Newdeck (drums). It’s a song that really comes from the heart and speaks of the brotherly bond that exists between the three of us. It really is a song of positivity and about rising above the negativity and adversity you face and keeping your spirits high and vision strong to focus on the better day that will eventually come.”

Symphony Of Sin will be released on October 4th (EU) and October 22nd (North America) on AFM Records and October 23rd (Japan) on Spiritual Beast. Produced by Paul Logue and mixed and mastered by the groups long term engineer, Pink Cream 69 and Unisonic bassist, Dennis Ward, Symphony Of Sin is the first release with new Serbian vocalist Nikola Mijic (Alogia, Dreyelands) and former Power Quest mainman and keyboarder Steve Williams.

Symphony Of Sin Track Listing:

01. Symphony Of Sin
02. Break The Silence
03. Evil & Divine
04. Unbreakable
05. Fallen From Grace
06. Losing My Faith
07. Rock Bottom
08. Great Unknown
09. Turn The Page
10. Sign Of The Cross
11. Wings To Fly
12. Devil In Disguise
13. Where Is The Love?
Exclusive Japanese Bonus Track:
14. Time To Breathe (New 2013 recording)


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