TOMORROW’S EVE – The Progressive Metal virtuosos venture into the dark spheres of the present in the lyric video for their new single “Imago”

Their comeback album “Mirror Of Creation III – Project Ikaros” was absolutely one of the Progressive Metal highlights of 2018. TOMORROW’S EVE release the new single “Imago” together with another impressive lyric video created by Very Metal Art Designer Andy Pilkington (Orden Ogan, Visionatica, Birdeatsbaby). “Imago” deals with contemporary society and makes clear that fear can be the key to madness, privacy and individuality are just some of the dying values. Now follow TOMORROW’S EVE into the depths of the modern world:

TOMORROW’S EVE’s new single “Imago” is now available at the following digital shops and streaming services: Amazon (DE) | Amazon (ES) | Amazon (FR) | Amazon (IT) | Amazon (UK) | Amazon (US) | iTunes | Google Play | Spotify | Apple Music | Deezer | Tidal

TOMORROW’S EVE are, thanks to their album “Mirror Of Creation III – Project Ikaros”, which has been released through their own label BAZE Records in cooperation with Dr. Music Records, back in full force in the current day’s events. Their comeback, which could not be more majestic, varied and bombastic, shows the band on the peak of its creativity so far, as seen in their previous clips for “Bread And Circuses”, “Dream Within A Dream”, “Welcome To The Show” and “Morpheus”. All four video clips also result from the collaboration with the English creative allrounder Andy Pilkington, who is also responsible for the artwork of the concept album. The German Progressive Metal institution, consisting of singer Martin LeMar (Mekong Delta, Lalu, Nachtgeschrei), both founding members guitarist Rainer Grund and keyboard player Oliver Schwickert as well as the two new band members Benedikt Zimniak (Mekong Delta, Dawn of Amber) on bass and exceptional talent Tim Korycki on drums, present an album which, like a musical theatre cycle, stages the dramas of the past and perhaps of the future human history so emotionally and challenging that goose bumps are guaranteed. Musically, a driving rhythm section, sensitive piano passages, acoustic guitars and extensive soundscapes merge. With the eleven varied new songs on “Mirror Of Creation III – Project Ikaros”, which were produced together with Markus Teske (i.a. Saga, Vanden Plas, U.D.O.) TOMORROW’S EVE succeed once again to strengthen their reputation and to convince the worldwide music media! The ‘Mirror Of Creation‘ provides complex song structures that demand the listener, but alternate recursively with catchy choruses and shallow sounds. An album not only for fans of powerful driven forward Progressive Metal, but also for fans of orchestral epics, which are refined by chaotic aggressive keyboards, but never neglect the melodies.

One more reason to take a closer look at the new single “Imago” and the album “Mirror Of Creation III – Project Ikaros” are the following three dates, which are fixed so far. TOMORROW’S EVE will also keep you up to date on their Facebook page about upcoming concerts and if the show in Rüsselsheim should be postponed due to the coronavirus.
23.04.2020 DE-Rüsselsheim, Das Rind w/ Subsignal
02.08.2020 DE-Mannheim, 7er Club w/ Dare
20.09.2020 DE-Aschaffenburg, Colos-Saal w/ Threshold

Go on a very special musical journey and get TOMORROW’S EVE’s new masterpiece “Mirror Of Creation III – Project Ikaros” or the previous albums at one of the following records dealers or digital platforms: Amazon | | MusicBuyMail | Thalia | Grooves | WOM | JPC | ExLibris | Amazon (US) | MVD | | Barnes & Noble | Amazon (UK) | Plastic Head | Amazon (FR) | Season Of Mist | FNAC | Amazon (ES) | Amazon (IT) | Bengans | | | | | | | | | | Tower Records | iTunes | Google Play | Spotify | Apple Music | Deezer | Tidal

For the latest info, tour dates and events around TOMORROW’S EVE, keep an eye on the quintet’s Facebook page and Instagram profile.

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