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Updated: Apr 24

Symphonic metal unit EXIT EDEN, consisting of Clémentine Delauney (Visions of Alantis), Anna Brunner (League of Distortion), and Mariana La Torraca (Phantom Elite), have revealed their latest single, title track "Femme Fatale," from their full length Femmes Fatales, available since this past Friday, January 12, 2024. Femmes Fatales arrives with a twelve song tracklist - half covers, half own compositions. The trio's original composition and third single, "Femme Fatale," was written by Anna Brunner and Hannes Braun (Kissin' Dynamite) and is accompanied by a high quality official music video, all released through Napalm Records.

EXIT EDEN's new masterpiece follows their debut, Rhapsodies in Black, which received notable critical acclaim such as the #15 spot on DE album charts as well as millions of views on their cover of Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart." The groups most recent singles, "Run!" and "Separate Ways," have already surpassed a million views since their respective releases in October and December of 2023.

Stylistically, EXIT EDEN can be categorized as a symphonic metal band, characterized by it's all-female lineup, consisting of three vocalists who cover a variety of songs from different genres, giving them a symphonic metal twist. Musically, EXIT EDEN combines symphonic elements with metal, creating a powerful and dynamic sound. The group often incorporates orchestral arrangements, heavy guitar riffs, and operatic vocals into their renditions of well-known songs. The band's repertoire includes covers of pop, rock and metal hits, showcasing their versality and ability to reinterpret diverse musical styles. EXIT EDEN's overall performances have been credited for strong and emotive vocals contributed by each member, ultimately creating a harmonious blend that adds a unique flavor to their music, making them stand out in the music scene.

"Femme Fatale" , as well as the album in its entirety, marks an illustration of strength and female empowerment topped with symphonic heaviness. EXIT EDEN's new full-length follows the path of its predecessor, as it contains six cover versions of famous cross-generational super-hits, but at this time also shines by offering six original compositions. The album was brought to life by Anna Brunner and Hannes Braun, who is also responsible for recording, producing, and mixing, whereas the album was mastered by Jacob Hansen (Delain, Amaranthe, Volbeat).

“When our paths initially crossed years ago, we were strangers and became friends, allies, sisters in crime…

With the song ‘Femme Fatale’, we turned the tables, played with our own cards and established new rules. We set ourselves free from prejudice and limitations, embracing our true nature and femininity, regaining our power to stand as modern witches — resilient, liberated, we ARE Femmes Fatales.” - EXIT EDEN

Self-confidently leading straight into the tempting world of EXIT EDEN, opening "Femme Fatale" , "Buried in the Past" and "Hold Back Your Fear" conjure a mystical atmosphere with strings and orchestral elements, topped by complementary vocals uniting the sonic diversity of the all-femme trio. "Dying In My Dreams" and album closing "Elysium" set the tone as captivating mid-tempo tracks with intense choruses that speak straight to the heart. Moving further along the path where Rhapsodies in Black left off, EXIT EDEN picked the next selection of international super-hits - transforming them into their very own creation, yet still paying reverence to the originals on Femmes Fatales. "It's a Sin", "Separate Ways" "Desanchantée", "Poison" , "Alone" and "Kayleigh", re-arranged as undoubtedly striking rock/symphonic metal compositions, form the common thread between the debut and Femmes Fatales. With stellar vocals, an exception concept and high-quality production, EXIT EDEN have crafted another standout album that absolutely succeeds in expanding the identity of the supergroup even more, and gives fans the chance to experience three of the most beautiful and talented women in metal united as one on Femmes Fatales.



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