The European rocking band Eden’s Curse have come up with the statement of disbanding. The band has posted a statement online that they have decided to disband.
The band had formed in 2006, Fronted by Serbian powerhouse vocalist Nikola Mijic and German guitar virtuoso, Thorsten Koehne, the group also features the Scottish rhythm section of founding member and principle songwriter Paul Logue (Bass) and drummer John Clelland (Chris Glen & The Outfit, The Crows), with Finnish keyboard wizard Chrism completing the lineup.
The online statement from the band states “It is with heavy heart that we announce that having evaluated our past and future, we have reluctantly mutually decided to bring Eden’s Curse to a natural end. As you will hopefully agree, Eden’s Curse have always set the highest standards when it comes to songwriting, album production, artwork, live performances, set design, merchandising, social media presence and interaction with our fans. Those high standards require significant investment of our money, our time, our families time and that of our label AFM Records.
“Our evaluation has lead us to this point where it is no longer desirable to continue operating as a band.
Nikola, Thorsten, Paul, Chrism and John do this with a great degree of sadness but we all recognise that this is the right decision for us at this time in our career and lives. We began our journey together as band mates and we bring it to an end as friends. Our thirteen years together have brought us many wonderful experiences. We have been musically fulfilled beyond our wildest imagination and all of us have been dearly humbled by our wonderfully devoted and loyal fanbase.
“We thank everyone dearly who has supported us, most especially Timo & Nils and all the wonderful staff at our record label AFM Records, our producer Dennis Ward, our artist Thomas Ewerhard, our great friends and colleagues Pete Newdeck and Carsten Lizard-Schulz, Ryan Northrop at Metal Mayhem Music, Andrew McNeice at melodicrock.com, Akira Sugiuchi at SPIRITUAL BEAST plus James Labrie and Dream Theater, Pamela Moore, Liv Kristine, Doogie White, Shock City Productions and all members of Eden’s Curse past and present.
“Our website, online store and social media pages will remain until the end of May 2019.
They say all good things must come to an end.
So, for the last time … STAY CURSED!”