LAST DAYS OF EDEN – Chrysalis (March 23, 2018)

Pride & Joy Music is proud to announce the release of a brand new album by Spanish band Last Days of Eden. Chrysalis will be available from March 23, 2018.

Check out the latest video from the album below.

Last Days of Eden is a stunning band from Spain performing symphonic folk metal. The band released their first album, Ride The World, in 2015, getting amazing reviews from all around the globe. In 2016 they played their first European tour, with more than 25 shows in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, and Spain.
Led by female singer Lady Ani, she puts the sweetest tones to the tunes. Their melodies not only include bagpipes, violins, and whistles, but also a full symphonic orchestra, all wrapped in a solid metal package in every song. The new album Chrysalis has been recorded and includes 11 amazing and encompassing tracks that will take your mind on an unforgettable journey. The record was produced by Dani G. and mastered by Mika Jussila (Nightwish, Stratovarius, Amorphis, etc.).

Formed in 2012 in the Asturias region of Spain, Last Days of Eden started as a studio project to explore new musical paths for Dani G. (DarkSun) and Lady Ani (soprano and studio singer) combining symphonic, power, and folk metal elements , with influences from such acts as Nightwish, Epica, Within Temptation, and Eluveitie.  Soon after, the band went into the studio to record their debut EP, Paradise.

In 2015 they signed their first contract with the German label Pride & Joy. Late 2015 they released their first album, called Ride The World, and they toured Europe successfully.

On December 2016 the band recorded a very special album made only from symphonic and folk instruments (no drums, guitars …), but sung in “Asturian”, their regional dialect, as a step before their 2017’s tour, and before their second English album’s recording.

Exciting times await…..

Line-up: Lady Ani – vocals, Dani G. – guitars & vocals, Adrián Huelga – bass, Juan Gómez – keyboards, Pindy Diaz – bagpipes & whistles, Sara Cabezas – violin, Leo Duarte – drums





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