Empires of Eden vocalist feat. on The Voice! Australia‏

Chris Ninni, one of the singers for the global metal project Empires of Eden makes his major TV debut as contestant on the show The Voice. The show prides itself on revealing the true talent of the unsigned world.

Chris has appeared on all Empires of Eden’s releases including the debut Songs of War and Vengeance and 2010′s release Reborn in Fire. Masterminded by former Dungeon guitarist and ESP clinician Stu Marshall, Empires of Eden is characterized by a massive power metal sound, 30-piece orchestral score, and guest performances from some of the most celebrated musicians in the industry.

From creator Stu Marshall: “Chris is a genuine talent and it’s great to see him breaking through on the mainstream. He’s been a part of the last few albums and we have written some material together. While I am not into turning artistic endeavour into a competition, it’s definitely a great place for Chris to showcase his enormous talent, we are all behind him and know he has worked hard to earn the slot.

In addition to Marshall’s uncompromising compositional skills and technical guitar wizardry, the forthcoming album Channelling the Infinite has been reinforced by vocalists who have earned their place in history, such as Udo Dirkschneider (Accept, U.D.O.), Rob Rock (Impellitteri, Driver), Steve Grimmett (Grim Reaper, Lionsheart), Mike Dimeo (Masterplan / Riot), Ronny Munroe (Metal Church / TSO) to name a few.

Channelling the Infinite will be released June 1st in Japan and June 6thworldwide.

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