Due to an un-intended and quite dramatic turn of event, formely knows as MIDNIGHT ETERNAL has changed name to EVERDAWN. Read below.
Out of the ashes, rises the band EVERDAWN, which will be a natural continuation of the old band with 3 founding and thereby original members in the fold (Richard Fischer, Dan Prestup and Boris Zaks, who also composed the music in Midnight Eternal). In a truly poetic transition, eternal midnight is over and the future shall now belong to the band that will see the dawn forever.
The reasons for the change of name and the somewhat new beginning a name-change signifies are many, but most of all, it involves a hi-jacking of the band’s webpage as well as the band’s Social Media pages by former members of the band – an act that ought to be brought to court, but also an act that – if brought to court – would be causing for a possible extended delay in getting new music out to the fans of the band. It also involves a belittled ex-singer, who – after having been shown the door, due to delivering one of the most horrible performances on the demo for the new album – has grown malicious in her own little poisonous web of lies and delusions of grandeur.
EVERDAWN have decided that the best way to get over this speed-bump is to change the band’s name, thereby leaving 9 months of quarrel and unwanted drama behind. The band wants to make music – not battle a figurehead of minor talent, so:
Richard Fischer, Boris Zaks, Dan Prestup, Mike LePond and Alina Gavrilenko bury the name of Midnight Eternal for good and continues under the moniker of EVERDAWN.
Boris Zaks/keyboards comments:
“What was once a dream shared among us is now a reality as EVERDAWN makes its debut. I simply could not be more proud of our upcoming album. It’s thrilling to see the fruit of our efforts come alive ~ exciting things are happening and the band is officially ready for the world to join us.”
EVERDAWN (under the name of Midnight Eternal) released their self-titled debut album in 2016 in Europe and North America through Inner Wound Recordings. What characterizes the sound of the band is the sense of melody- a synthesis of melody and power, crushing guitars, double bass and multi-layered vocals.
The album was engineered by Eric Rachel [Skid Row, Symphony X] and the mixing and mastering was handled by Tommy Hansen [Helloween, Pretty Maids, Jorn]. The impressive artwork was created by Jan Yrlund [Apocalyptica, Korpiklaani, Delain].
More information at https://www.facebook.com/EverdawnOfficial/