Beyond Mortal Dreams
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Aussie death metallers Beyond Mortal Dreams have just released the new EP entitled "Dreaming Death." The new material follows the 2008 debut album "From Hell" and consists of 4 tracks –including a cover of Beherit's "Beast of Damnation." The main driving force behind Beyond Mortal Dreams, Doomsayer, comments:
“Dreaming Death is a result of our continuing desire to create solid, powerful, dark, and atmospheric style of death metal music. Like a beast manifested through sonic destruction! We felt we had achieved this on a certain level with ‘From Hell’ but of course, one can always look for ways to expand on previous efforts. With Dreaming Death, we incorporated lower tunings to help provide a much more guttural and crushing feel to the material, as well as a slightly more melodic touch without detracting from the overall brutality of the music.
"The material currently underway for the next album will also expand on this idea, creating a blend of savage, dark, and atmospheric moods. At this stage, BMD will continue to function as a studio band, but will never rule out the possibility of securing a live lineup in the future.”
The new tracks "Feast Of Carrion" and "The Filth Of Their God" can be heard in the player below. The "Dreaming Death" EP was originally released in Spring 2012 in a limited print run of 100 CD-R copies. More...
BEYOND MORTAL DREAMS now have a full line up with their newest "hell harpist" - Bloodspawn - joining Doomsayer, Hellaeon and Ghuul.
Upcoming Beyond Mortal Dreams shows include a local musical armageddon at the Lizard Lounge on April 28th in their hometown of Adelaide and then a show on May 23rd as the support act for Nile and Decapitated in Adelaide.
The band then plans to record an album due out later this year, with an Aussie tour followed to help push the release.