New York City-based progressive rock/metal quartet, EDENSONG, continues to tour in support of their Years In The Garden Of Years album, as the band travels to play at Terra Incognita Festival this week, followed by a run of tour dates with Imminent Sonic Destruction.
On the heels of their performance at RoSfest 2017 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania earlier this month, this Saturday, May 20th sees EDENSONG billed as one of the main headliners at Terra Incognita Festival in Quebec, the event also featuring Höstsonaten, Glasshammer, Universe Effects, and many more. Following their participation in the festival, EDENSONG will embark on their co-headlining Spring tour with cohorts Imminent Sonic Destruction. The tour, sponsored by Hear Technologies, runs from May 22nd through May 28th, with shows in Toronto, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Erie, and New York City.
EDENSONG Tour Dates:
5/20/2017 Terra Incognita Festival – Quebec City, QC w/ Glasshammer, Universe Effects, Höstsonaten, more [info]
5/22/2017 Hard Luck Bar – Toronto, ON w/ Imminent Sonic Destruction, Half Past Four, Devouring Saturn [info]
5/24/2017 Fubar – St. Louis, MO w/ Imminent Sonic Destruction, The Setback, Wrecklamation [info]
5/25/2017 Martyrs – Chicago, IL w/ Imminent Sonic Destruction, District 97, Nomadic [info]
5/26/2017 The Loving Touch – Detroit, MI w/ Imminent Sonic Destruction, The Eighth Passenger, Red Baron [info]
5/27/2017 Sherlocks – Erie, PA w/ Imminent Sonic Destruction, The Light in the Dark, Slaughter In The Meridian, Revelation [info]
5/28/2017 DROM – New York, NY w/ Imminent Sonic Destruction, Next To None, Dead Wake [info]
Stream EDENSONG’s Years In The Garden Of Years at THIS LOCATION, see the “In The Longest of Days” video HERE, see the “Cold City” lyric video HERE, and see a recent Gear Gods “Rigged” feature with the band HERE.
EDENSONG‘s Years In The Garden Of Years, their first for Laser’s Edge, features over seventy minutes of music, mastered with audiophile precision by Grammy winning engineer Bob Katz, stunning original illustrations from beloved surrealist painter Dan May, and the track “The Atman Apocalypse” featuring a guest appearance by Adrian Belew (King Crimson, Frank Zappa, David Bowie, Talking Heads, etc.). The album has been dubbed “a more than worthy successor” to their acclaimed 2008 debut release The Fruit Fallen by Ytsejam.com, deemed, “truly a breath of fresh air,” by Chris Herin (Tiles, Discipline), and called, “intelligent, clever, exciting, and technically excellent new music,” by Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull).