years after Mirror of Creation, their last studio album,
Tomorrow's Eve continues the concept with Mirror of Creation
II – Genesis II. Both musically and lyrically, there are clear
ties to the first album, and a few questions that were left open by
Mirror of Creation are answered on Genesis II.
Musically Tomorrow’s Eve perform classical
progressive metal with an emphasis on melodic vocal lines that
remain very heavy at the same time. The band don't fall into
predictable patterns yet still produce accessible songs, holding
interesting details to discover over repeated listens. In short:
very heavy, very melodic, and very accessible.
man wakes up in a dirty alley with no idea who he is. He is badly
hurt and taken to a hospital, but no one seems to be missing him,
and soon enough, everyone has given up on trying to find out more
about his identity- Everyone except for one doctor. For her own
reasons, she takes him in and tries to help him remember. Yet the
more he remembers, the less he wants to. As certain fragments of his
past finally return to him, he understands the he was no ordinary
man, that he grew up as part of an experiment which he himself then
brought to a bloody end... and the doctor who is taking care of him,
who has fallen in love with him and whom he has fallen in love with,
may have been involved.
The success of their first album "The
Unexpected World" released by B. Mind Records (Berlin)
, was overwhelming. Tomorrow's Eve garnered international
attention, radio play and "The Unexpected World" was even released
Belarus, the Ukraine and the Baltic through IROND Records (Moscow).
The very successful album "Mirror Of Creation" followed in 2003.
During this time, tensions within Tomorrow's Eve were becoming
unbearable and after the album was released, former vocalist Peter
and the rhythm section Ralph and Sascha left the group, leaving
Rainer Grund and Oliver Schwickert to fight it out. After a few
more line-up changes, Tom Diener and Chris Doerr joined the band
until Martin LeMar finally completed Tomorrow's Eve in 2004.
Meanwhile TE grew by playing Tours with artists like Paul DiAnno,
Ryo Okumoto (Spock's Beard) and Nightingale. In 2006 a new label
was found in Lion Music (Finland) and the new material was recorded
at SU2-Studios (Germany) in June. Now they are back with an
impressive concept album, a sequel to Mirror of Creation. "Mirror Of
Creation 2 - Genesis II"
Marketing & Promotion
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