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Review: ‘Eklipse Performs At Grove Of Anaheim’ By Metal Assault Magazine

Review: Eklipse performance At Grove Of Anaheim by Metal Assault Magazine 'The sheer visual and aural aesthetic of their performance quickly won me over, as it did for the rest of the crowd, and I realized that the theatricality and symphonic aspect of their music certainly strikes a chord with fans of bands like Kamelot and Delain. The band hasn’t been around for too long but the four girls looked and sounded like seasoned professionals and endeared this crowd with their set. ' Click HERE … [Read more...]

Eklipse ‘Electric Air’ Reviewed by Music Enthusiast Magazine

Awesome Review of Eklipse 'Electric Air' by Music Enthusiast Magazine 'For those who appreciate orchestral music, understand the references and really study their craft as these ladies do, this a good album to introduce the name “Eklipse” to the world.' Click HERE to read more … [Read more...]

Musical Escapades Features Eklipse For Their New Release ‘Electric Air’ and Their Tour With Kamelot

Eklipse ‘Electric Air’ Out Now – Currently On Debut US Tour With Kamelot ' Today classical crossover group Eklipse releases their second studio album ‘Electric Air’  features renditions of chart topping hits from artists such as Adele, Florence + The Machine, Massive Attack, Muse, The Clash, Nick Cave, Empire Of The Sun and more. ' Click HERE to read more! … [Read more...]

The Age Of Metal Reviews Eklipse’s Release ‘Electric Air’

Eklipse's 'Electric Air' Reviewed by The Age Of Metal 'Overall, Electric Air is a fascinating trip of musical expressionism that is not metal at all. the symphonic parts, the image that Eklipse projects, and their work with bands like Nighwish and Kamelot that is what it makes them so welcome and appealing to this genre. Musically speaking this album is a great deal of talent that reintroduces us to the work that once Apocalyptica begun, and that now has been passed to this four beautiful … [Read more...]

Eklipse’s “Titanium” Video Premieres on ArtistDirect

Eklipse premieres their new video "Titanium" on ArtistDirect Eklipse released the video for their new single "Titanium" (by David Guetta) today on ArtistDirect. "Titanium" is taken from their new album Electric Air, which was released on September 3rd. Watch the video HERE.   … [Read more...]

New Releases Out Today: Crossfaith ‘APOCALYZE’ and Eklipse ‘Electric Air’

Crossfaith 'APOCALYZE' and Eklipse 'Electric Air' Are Now Available! Crossfaith 'APOCALYZE' You can also order it on The Omega Order Eklipse 'Electric Air' You can also order it on The Omega Order … [Read more...]

Eklipse Premiere Official Video for ‘Titanium’ (orig. by David Guetta) on ARTISTdirect || Upcoming US Tour with Kamelot Starts NEXT WEEK!

Eklipse Premieres Official Video For 'Titanium' (orig. by David Guetta) on ArtistDirect NEW ALBUM 'ELECTRIC AIR' OUT SEPTEMBER 3RD VIA THE END RECORDS Embarking on Debut US Tour With Kamelot September 2nd FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (August 27, 2013) - Today classical crossover group Eklipse premieres the video for their unique rendition of David Guetta's hit song 'Titanium' on ArtistDirect. "Titanium is mostly seen as a gigantic party track, which it is without a doubt, but under … [Read more...]

Grizz Reviews: Classical Crossover Group EKLIPSE Premiere Version of MUSE ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ on Societe Perrier

Grizz Reviews: Classical Crossover Group EKLIPSE Premiere Version of MUSE ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ on Societe Perrier FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (August 8, 2013) - Today Societe Perrier is proud to premiere the powerful reworking of MUSE ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ by classical crossover group Eklipse.  LISTEN TO ‘SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE’ ON SOCIETE PERRIER NOW Eklipse will release their sophomore studio album ‘Electric Air’ out September 3rd via The End … [Read more...]

Midwest Record Reviews Eklipse and Hey! Hello!

Midwest Record Reviews Eklipse and Hey! Hello! EKLIPSE/Electric Air: I miss Bond, Rasputina and Darling Violetta. Eklipse capture the best of all of them, drops the dross and adds their own spin in the end. With a fashion sense 180 degrees away from Bond's, these four Goth lasses do semi classical interpretations of the recent vintage down mouth rock from alt to shoe gaze to dour pop and give it all their own stamp. Without Mike Batt's over seeing this outing like he did for Bond, the feeling … [Read more...]

Entertainment Realm: “Germany’s fantastic classical female group Eklipse covers “Supermassive Black Hole” by MUSE & announces U.S. fall tour”

Germany’s fantastic classical female group Eklipse covers “Supermassive Black Hole” by MUSE & announces U.S. fall tour The German classical group Eklipse interrupts currents songs in its classical style. On its sophomore album,Electric Air, besides “Supermassive Black Hole,” other songs will include renditions of chart topping hits from artists such as Adele, Florence + The Machine, Massive Attack, Muse, The Clash, Nick Cave, Empire Of The Sun and more. Eklipse will … [Read more...]

Eklipse Premieres Muse cover on Societe Perrier || New Album ‘Electric Air’ Out Sept. 3rd on The End Records || September Tour With Kamelot

Classical Crossover Group EKLIPSE Premiere Version of MUSE 'Supermassive Black Hole' on Societe Perrier 'Electric Air' Out September 3rd on The End Records Debut US Tour With Kamelot This September FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York, NY (August 8, 2013) - Today Societe Perrier is proud to premiere the powerful reworking of MUSE 'Supermassive Black Hole' by classical crossover group Eklipse.  LISTEN TO 'SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE' ON SOCIETE PERRIER NOW Eklipse will release their … [Read more...]

Watch New Official Video for Eklipse “Where The Wild Roses Grow”!

New Official Music Video for Eklipse "Where The Wild Roses Grow"! Song by Nick Cave. Taken from the Album "Electric Air", out August 30th (Europe) / September 3rd (US). ELECTRIC AIR is the new, second studio album from EKLIPSE (Miss E., Scarlett, Viola and Helena) and as with A NIGHT IN STRINGS, is fully instrumental – no voices are needed as Eklipse’s violins, viola and cello speak volumes. The chemistry between the four musicians immediately submerges listeners in the confused … [Read more...]