EDEN To Play With LEATHERWOLF In Southern California

Orange County metal band EDEN will be playing with LEATHERWOLF on June 15 at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, CA. The concert will mark one of EDEN's first live appearances with newly enlisted drummer Kurt Custer, whose first national recognition came with the Southern California band LITTLE AMERICA (which recorded two albums for Geffen Records: 1987's "Little America" and 1989's "Fairgrounds"). Custer also performed on STEVE EARLE's "Copperhead Road" LP in 1988, which subsequently went gold in the U.S. and platinum in Canada. LYNYRD SKYNYRD recruited Custer to perform on their early '90s recordings and worldwide tour, and his rock-solid and expressive drumming helped the band re-establish its memorable sound on the Atlantic releases "Lynyrd Skynyrd" (1991) and "The Last Rebel" (1993).

For audio samples of EDEN's "Pain of Acceleration" EP, go to www.myspace.com/eden.

(Thanks: FreddyMedal)


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