Hello Eden

Hello Eden


A rock n' freight train from hell, going right up the asses of the masses!


HELLO EDEN is a rock and roll quartet with one simple goal: to welcome all forms of inspiration, and churn out massive amounts of amazing music in a time when mainstream music has become uninspired and diluted. Veterans of the tri-state-area club scene, HELLO EDEN are seething with ambition and eagerly await their coronation.
Members of HELLO EDEN include New Jersey natives Derrick K. on guitar, Erock on drums, Salvatore Marrano on vocals, and New Yorker Billy “Uptown” Zifchak on bass. They have completed three excellent recordings dating back to 2003, and have just finished recording a three-track promotional disc at the “House of Loud” in Elmwood Park, NJ. In just two short weeks, the fantastic production team there helped prepare Hello Eden to bring Rock back to life.
HELLO EDEN take a clearly defined grasp on the blues/rock of yesterday, and the progressive/modern sounds of today and blend them all masterfully throughout their long list of eclectic songs. Major influences include: Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Who, Black Sabbath, Guns N' Roses, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers… just to name a few. Hello Eden is most often compared to current bands like Incubus, the Mars Volta, and Tool, and yet recently has shown their oldschool roots conjuring Led Zeppelin and Rush.
Major milestones for HELLO EDEN include opening slots for major bands like, Black Light Burns, Buckcherry, Fuel, and Clutch, at venues like The Starland Ballroom in Sayerville, NJ, and the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ. As well, they have infected local airwaves and are always extremely well received by fans who are generally shocked when the band performs.
Indifferent to criticism, and resistant to conformity, HELLO EDEN vows to let the music speak for itself. With big balls and bigger middle fingers, the foursome refuse to be victimized by the status quo. Don’t expect manicured hairstyles and perfectly imperfect jeans. Prepare for real Rock and Roll with all the attitude only rock can instill in a person’s soul.


The band has released 4 EP's:

the Grand Bizarre

Euphoric Utopia

Not Human

Constant Stranger

Set List

An ever changing 40 minute death-romp.

Normally 7-8 original songs, maybe one cover.