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A Dream Of Poe To Play Dutch Doom Days Festival

A Dream of Poe has issued the following announcement about performing at the upcoming Dutch Doom Days festival:

"The Azorean Doom-Metal band A Dream of Poe is now confirmed to play at the international doom-metal festival Dutch Doom Days that will take place between November 11th and November 13th in Rotterdam, Netherlands. This is a giant step for A Dream of Poe since never, in the history of the Azorean Heavy Metal scene, a band made through from the local stages to the international stage!

"Dutch Doom Days started back in 2002 with a total of 6 bands including the doom-metal references Pantheist, Officium Triste and Jack Frost. The festival has been growing internationally with the inclusion of important bands of the doom-metal scene such as Evoken, Ataraxia, Reverend Bizarre, Mourning Beloveth, Isole, Saturnus, Pagan Altar, Esoteric.

"Dutch Doom Days is now the biggest and the most important festival on the doom-metal scene, being a reference all over the world! After 6 years and 5 words, A Dream Of Poe sees its efforts recognized with the invitation to play in such an important festival as Dutch Doom Days.

"This is the first date confirmed of our first European tour that will take place between the 10th and 19th of November. Soon, as other dates are confirmed, we will announce it. Until now the tour has the support of the Azorean Government, Bar/Pub Evolution and Insania Events."

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