Surrender to Eden

Reviews

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Steel Notes Magazine

“When I was asked to review Surrender To Eden's latest single “Louder”, I realized this was the band I saw open for Puddle of Mudd at a show in Pennsylvania then under their previous band name Iron Core. I noticed their name on the bill I visualized an Iron Eagle, Halloween or Iron Maiden genre. There was a little of that but so much more. I was excited to listen to their new single “Louder” released on Bongo Boy Records. These Jersey boys captured the 1980s anthem rock that many of us know and miss. The single is reminiscent of the days when rock music ruled the airwaves and MTV. “Louder”, is the first release from BEFORE THE BRAVE; the band’s new EP. It is melodic high energy, fist pumping, real hard rock song. It is the style of song that gets the crowd on their feet or causes a listener to hit repeat on their choice of listening device.”                                                -Dawn Belotti, 2/27/2019


Skopemag

“Highly infectious and infinitely catchy series of hooks that draw the listener into a sense of pure unbridled freedom.”                                  -by Skope, 1/13/2019

Steel Notes Magazine

“SURRENDER TO EDEN, formally known as IRON CORE, a Hard Rock/ Progressive Metal band that was founded and formed by Jon St' John after a long and difficult road of searching and networking for the missing pieces to the puzzle their path lead to finding Rob Luckie who just blew them away at his audition. Jon just knew Rob Luckie (bassist) was going to be the right fit for the band. Then shorty after working with several different guitarists, Jon suggested to bring in Charlie Francipane a guitarist and long-time friend and former band mate who has worked such stages as Full Throttle and Buffalo Chip. The band has opened for many Nationals such as Dio Disciples, Red Dragon Cartel, Faster Pussycat, Puddle Of Mud, Saving Abel, Skid Row, and Tantric, Enuff Znuff and next with Geoff Tate. SURRENDER TO EDEN is very reminiscent of the old but at the same time very current with their new sound. There is of course a big 70s influence mixed with the 80s and today’s vibe creating a unique sound for the band.”

                           -Dawn Belotti

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