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During the years, ECLIPSE has played sold-out shows all over the world. Including runs in Japan, Australia, and America, as well as extensive touring across Europe. In addition to being their own headliners, they've played major European rock and metal festivals such as Wacken, Sweden Rock, and Barcelona Rockfest (three years consecutively!).
The band's relentless work has paid off. With the band's previous studio release, "Paradigm" Eclipse's audience grew significantly in size and global scope.

From an interview with drummer Philip Crusner:
"I remember looking out at the crowd one night halfway through the Paradigm tour, and it was evident that something was happening in front of the stage. The crowd was a lot more mixed than previously in both age and gender, and the cool thing was everyone knew the songs. The record had only been out a few weeks at that time, but it had clearly been picked up by new demographics."
"Viva La Victoria," the main single off of "Paradigm" has been streamed over 15 million times. Before touring came to a grinding COVID halt, the band had tours and festivals lined up for the rest of 2020 and 2021. Although the guys clearly can record a popular tune, ECLIPSE is a band that should be experienced in the flesh.

As frontman Erik Martensson puts it:
"Every time we go on stage, I always remember that feeling you had as a kid going to see a band. The excitement and anticipation, not to mention the expectation of getting your ass kicked. Well, these days, it's our responsibility to kick that ass, and it's a responsibility we don't take lightly."
With normalcy returning to the world, the guys are gearing up again to pick up where they left off with a brand new record, "WIRED." The leading single "Saturday Night (Hallelujah)" is a party anthem for the post-covid generation of the world.
Don't say we didn't warn you...

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Erik Martensson
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