10 December 2010

Edensong and Kinetic Element live tomorrow night in Baltimore

Saturday, December 11th at 8 PM
Orion Studios at 2903 Whittington Ave, Baltimore, MD
Tickets are $15 at the door, All Ages Welcome

On Saturday, December 11th, New York based orchestral rockers Edensong will take the stage at Orion Sound Studios in Baltimore, MD as part of the studio's Progressive Rock Showcase series. The show begins at 8pm with the symphonic progressive rock of Virginia's Kinetic Element. Tickets are $15 and available at the venue on the day of the show. Seating is limited, so arrive early!

Edensong (www.edensongtheband.com): Referred to as “A band to watch over the coming years... It almost frightens me where they’re going from here” (Bill's Prog Blog, September 2010), Edensong recently released their half live, half studio album "Echoes of Edensong: From the Studio and Stage" to rave reviews and early ‘Best of 2010’ lists. This, following their unprecedented presence at many major progressive rock festivals of the past year (Three Rivers Progressive Rock Festival in Pittsburgh, PA, Progday in Chapel Hill, NC, and Convention Terra Incognita in Quebec City, QC) helped to gain Edensong a loyal following among progressive rock enthusiasts. For their show at Orion, they will play tracks from the new CD along with songs from their critically acclaimed debut album "The Fruit Fallen" (2008) and even some brand new, unreleased material. For more information on Edensong, please visit the band's official website (www.edensongtheband.com), myspace page (www.myspace.com/edensong), or facebook fan page (www.facebook.com/edensongtheband). You can stream their entire catalog for free at the Edensong webstore: www.edensong.bandcamp.com.

Kinetic Element (www.kineticelement.com): US outfit KINETIC ELEMENT was formed in 2006 and is the creative vehicle of composer and keyboardist Mike Visaggio.  Since then, they have been performing a number of live shows and slowly but surely  have gotten around to recording their songs as well. So far, Kinetic Element have issued a demo EP named The Powered By Light Suite in 2008 and their full length debut album Powered By Light in 2009."


firefly said...

Anyone go? Anyone read any reviews of the show(s) yet, the video?

Anonymous said...

Is Edensong comparable to any other groups you can think of? In sound and arrangements?
Porcupine Tree comes to mind after reading some of your reviews ...
I would have thought you'd gone to this show since you are only a state or two away.

Ben Sommer said...

Ugh - they sound like Jethro Tull crossed with Opeth a bit, but without the impressive stage presence of either. Sorry - not a fav