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The Musicians

"Tales From Serpentia” paints a dark and dreary picture of what drug (ab)use can lead to, truly shining in its musical realization of a dense, dark and at times disturbing topic, which is one of the best Prog Metal albums of the year 2008 and should hopefully help TOMORROW’S EVE to be catapulted closer to the Prog Olympus, where they would deserve to be seated among the greats!"

 

- The Metal Observer -

Martin LeMar (voc.)

The voice of Tomorrow's eve since 2004.

The powerful and flexible vocals and his ability to vary his almost untamable voice to the moods of the songs, without loosing his natural distinctive timbre, stands out as Martin’s most important talent.

Besides Tomorrow's Eve he is the lead singer of teutonic avantgarde thrashers Mekong Delta.

Rainer Grund (git.) 

Rainer is one of the 2 founding members of Tomorrow's Eve and his uncomparable style of riffing and guitar-violence sets the path for Tomorrow's Eve sounds.

Rainer plays Sigi Braun and PRS guitars and uses Diezel amplifiers and speakers.

Oliver Schwickert (keys)

Oliver is the longest remaining founding member of the band and can recall at least 2 more names that the band had in the last century.

Olivers really distinctive and dreamy if also sometimes nightmarish keys are the most influental tone, that makes the typical Tomorrow's Eve soundscape.

He can play any televion series Main theme from the 80s and make it sound like a typical Tomorrow's Eve song.

Mike LePond (bass)

Mike (Symphony X) completes our Rhythm section to the fullest. Being honored and happy to have him on our side, we are sure you'll love every tone from his strings. He builds the foundation of every riff and every stomping groove as well as he adds so many detailed and playful additions to discover.

John Macaluso (dr.)

We are honored and proud to have John Macaluso (Yngwie Malmsteen, ARK, TNT) on board and we're looking forward to share the stage with him on upcoming live events.

John is a beast and he plays always with the Glocken!

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