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EXIT EDEN Release Third Music Video For Track “Incomplete” & Debut Album Out Now (4th August)!







EXIT EDEN Reveal New Video "Incomplete" From Debut Album Which Is Out Now


EXIT EDEN is the new Symphonic Metal All-star Band featuring charismatic singers Amanda Somerville, Clémentine Delauney, Marina La Torraca and Anna Brunner. Despite their diversity, these 4 singers blend together personally as superbly as they do vocally and this constellation creates extraordinary and powerful ideas. The highly anticipated debut album "Rhapsodies in Black” is out today (Friday, August 4th) via Napalm Records (worldwide, with Germany/Switzerland/Austria via Starwatch).

Just in time for the album release EXIT EDEN unveils a brand new music video and Backstreet Boys cover “Incomplete”.

Amanda commented on the track:
“The outpouring of affection from you all has been so incredible that we wanted to give you a little early treat before the album release tomorrow.
We would never leave you *incomplete*!
So here it is, folks: our newest video with... “Incomplete!” 


Check it out HERE and below!





EXIT EDEN’s debut "Rhapsodies in Black” is home to a colourful mix of international super hits from Rihanna to Madonna, from Depeche Mode to Adele, and many more. Still and all, it’s miles away from being just a cover album.

This power package has already released two music videos! Get a look at these stunning releases: "Unfaithful” originally by Rihanna can be seen HERE and the hit single “Impossible”, originally performed by Shontelle HERE!

Get “Impossible” HERE!

Get "Unfaithful“ HERE!




"Rhapsodies in Black" tracklist: 

Question Of Time
Unfaithful
Incomplete
Impossible
Frozen
Heaven
Firework
Skyfall
Total Eclipse
Paparazzi
Fade To Grey

EXIT EDEN live:
22.09.2017 DE – Hamburg / Martkhalle – Metal Dayz
www.hamburg-metal-dayz.de/de/news/




For more info on EXIT EDEN visit:
www.exit-eden.com
www.facebook.com/ExitEdenMusic/
www.instagram.com/ExitEdenMusic/
www.youtube.com/channel/UC8qzZgb5WfmD5KRZgT9U08Q
www.napalmrecords.com
http://smarturl.it/RhapsodiesInBlack

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