Goodbye To Gravity pay tribute to Iron Maiden with ‘The Evil That Men Do’

By on October 4, 2012

Bucharest metallers Goodbye To Gravity have recorded a cover of Iron Maiden’s 1988 classic, ‘The Evil That Men Do’. Originally on Maiden’s ‘Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son’ album, the song was reinterpreted in Goodbye To Gravity’s own style and features modern twists like growls, massive riffs and down-tuned guitars.
Goodbye To Gravity’s debut album, which is due out November 26th, 2012 via Metalfan Records Division, was produced and mixed by Alex Pascu and was mastered by Jens Bogren (Soilwork, Opeth, Kreator etc.).
The band played this year’s Summer Breeze Open Air festival, after being selected from over 2000 unsigned bands from around the world for the yearly New Blood Award.
Hailing from Bucharest – Romania, Goodbye To Gravity started as an unexpected mixture of former members from the heavy metal band Thunderstorm (which in their 10+ years of activity opened for heavyweights such as Judas Priest, Manowar, Helloween, Rage, Evergrey etc.) and the winner of the 2008 national TV casting show “Megastar” (Romanian equivalent of Idol).

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