Angel of Eden | The End of Never

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The End of Never

by Angel of Eden

Neoclassical metal.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Neo-Classical Metal
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1. The End Of Never
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2. Dreamchaser
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3. Angel of Eden
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4. Return Of The Pharaoh (Pt. I)
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5. The Battle Of 1386
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6. Into the Black
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7. Return Of The Pharaoh (Pt. II)
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8. Keys To Avalon
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9. Stampede
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10. Towards the Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Angel Of Eden is Artension guitarist Roger Stafffelbach’s new band project. Having recorded seven albums with the prog metallers Roger has formed his own band in his own vision with the focus on top quality metal with neo-classical influences. The result is “The End Of Never” - ten tracks of melodic harmonies, neo-classical lead work, potent riffs and grinding heavy metal rhythms all wrapped in a powerful production with superb artwork.

Fuelled by Roger’s virtuoso guitar work, the melodic soaring vocals of Carsten “Lizard” Schulz [Evidence One, ex Domain], keyboard wizardry of Mistheria [solo, Bruce Dickinson] and, the powerhouse drumming of Rami Ali [Evidence One] “The End Of Never” is a first class album from some of metal most respected names offering lush vocal melodies, pulsating rhythms and virtuoso lead breaks within captivating songs. The album is also home to several notable guest performances in the guise of bassist Steve Di Giorgio [ex Testament] John West [ex Royal Hunt], David Shankle [ex Manowar] and Ferdy Doernberg [Axel Rudi Pell],

“The End Of Never” is the start of Roger Staffelbach setting out with his own vision, more accessible than his work in Artension yet with the all the trademarks his playing is renowned for backed up with the ever impressive vocals of Carsten Schulz.. “Angel Of Eden - The End Of Never” showcases an impressive new beginning from Staffelbach and a band that is ready to expand on this blistering debut.


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Department of Virtuosity (Poland)

Angel of Eden - The End of Never
Angel of Eden is another dream team consisted of international line-up: Roger Staffelbach (guitar; Artension), Carsten Schulz (vocal; Domain, Evidence One), Mistheria (keys; Bruce Dickinson) and Rami Ali (drums; Evidence One). Roger also managed to find several respected guests: Steve DiGiorgio (bass guitar; Testament, Sadus), John West (vocal; Royal Hunt, Artension), David Shankle (guitar solo; Manowar) and Ferdy Doernberg (keys; Axel Rudi Pell, Rough Silk).

A Swiss guitar wizard prepared the stuff filled will contemporary power metal, heavy solos and progressive keyboard parts. A solemn mood is sometimes enriched by Roger's neoclassical solos and full instrumental compositions here and there. One of the characteristics are spectacular guitar-keyboard duels and mutual charges. Roger Staffelbach, as a guitar demon, is mad with playing this instrument, however his colleagues keep pace with him. It is a kind of feat as most tracks are played at fast tempos. As a bonus, we get Yngwie Malmsteen's "You Don't Remember, I'll Never Forget" from his "Trilogy" CD. Playing this cover, Roger and Company feel at home, simultaneously preserving its specific style. Since Carsten Schulz's vocal is defiant, wild and strong, "The End of Never" should appeal to the fans of Axel Ritt's Domain.

Clinton E. leipold


Great neo-classical power metal with ripping guitar and great vocals.Another winner from Lion music.