Brazilian metal band Eminence’s new EP, "Minds Apart" comes with 4 never before published new songs. Produced by Eminence's guitar lead Alan Wallace and mixed by Tue Madsen (Meshuggah, Heaven Shall Burn, Moonspell), Minds Apart has already locked 10 shows in Europe last year and in November the band will be Touring in North America (US & Mexico).
The album's art work (Viktor Koen) reflects a clear message: Although we live in a connected world, we are miles apart. People are forgetting to feed their soul and this is causing an awful disillusion.
Formed in 1995, Eminence quickly cultivated a strong following in the metal underground scene of their home country and in Europe. The group made its live U.S. debut in the autumn of 2012 during New York’s CMJ Music Marathon, performing on a boat with metal icons Prong. That performance led The Village Voice to declaring Eminence as “a band to watch.” The band made a triumphant return to the States in spring 2012 at SXSW, with plans for a proper North American tour in the works. Before that, though, Eminence will embark on a European headlining tour.