Reunited EDEN To Play Free Show In California

Reunited '80s metal band EDEN will be playing a free show at The Boogie in Anaheim, California on Friday, April 8. The concert is being filmed with four 3CCD cameras for future DVD release.

EDEN has been around since the early '80s when their hard-hitting anthems like "Pound it Out" and "Judgment Day" received regular airplay on KNAC (now KNAC.COM) and the band opened for DOKKEN and GREAT WHITE at Verizon Wireless Stadium in Irvine. EDEN has a new attitude and a new frontman, Augie Madrigal, and are ready to kick ass with some killer new tunes.

EDEN's former singer Mike Stone, now guitar player for QUEENSRŸCHE, is set to open for JUDAS PRIEST on the upcoming "Angel of Retribution Tour".

For free tickets, contact Elkcips Productions at elkcips@aol.com or call the EDEN hotline at 714-535-1540. Classic samples of EDEN can be heard at this location.

(Thanks: FreddyMedal)

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