Dreaming Dead Pushes Back New Album "Midnightmares" Release
California death metal trio Dreaming Dead, which was scheduled to release the new full-length "Midnightmares" this past Halloween, has postponed the street date to sometime in 2012. "Midnightmares" is the follow-up to the previously released "Within One" (reviewed here).
In the meantime, the band recently posted a new live video from a performance at the House of Blues in Hollywood opening for the legendary Morbid Angel. Check out the clip at this location.
Commented vocalist and guitarist, Elizabeth Schall: "After months of recording, mixing and all together adding the final touches to our second album Midnightmares, we have decided to push the release to an unknown date. In the meantime we'd like to offer a live video performing 'Lapse.' Please enjoy!"
Midnightmares features cover art by renowned metal artist Travis Smith, known for his striking work on records from Death, Sadus, Katatonia, Opeth, King Diamond and so many others. Updated release details will be revealed in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.
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