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In Dreams Announces Band Reunion

South African act In Dreams has issued the following announcement about regrouping:

"Back in 2005, In Dreams earned their right to stand amongst S.A's best. Playing gigs all over South Africa and filling venue's with metal heads, hungry for some authentic brutal riffs. Their songs were played on 5fm and radio tuks 107.2. After signing to an alternative label they stepped into SABC studios to film their début single 'Forgive Me.'

"After this, relations quickly deteriorated between In Dreams & the label because of creative differences. Blood sweat and passion lead them to bring the whole machine to a screeching halt. If they couldn't create music on their terms and give the metal community tunes that was a 100% true to them... they damn well wouldn't.

"They say if you love something set it free. In Dreams thought: Fuck that! If you love something put it in a basement and feed it through a slot. And that is exactly what they did. With new tracks, demo's recorded, writing, upcoming gigs and pure passion. They are back and ready to melt some faces.

"Live venues all across the local scene are dying out. Metal is undergoing a change in South Africa. More and more bands realize that if they want to keep creating original music and keep pushing boundaries they need to stand together.

"And that is exactly why the revolution is starting in the north of the country. Ego free musicians, a strong sense of community, the only metal club in S.A (ZEPLINS) along with a handful of alternative venues makes this fertile ground for change. Reunited!... IN DREAMS is armed and ready to take up the fight... ARE YOU?"

Check out more info on In Dreams and songs available for streaming via the band's Facebook profile.

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