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Dreadnought Streams New Track "Within Chanting Waters"

Dreadnought, the Denver co-ed foursome whose sophomore album "Bridging Realms" was released in 2015 (reviewed here), now returns with "A Wake In Sacred Waves" on October 6th via Sailor Records.

Check out the first new music from the four-song, 51-minute "A Wake In Sacred Waves" album with a stream of the advance track “Within Chanting Waters” below.

“Each album is loosely based on an element,” explains singer/guitar player/flautist Kelly Schilling. “'Lifewoven' was earth, 'Bridging Realms' was ether, and this is our water album. You could think of them like Zelda temples. We wanted to make this a little bit darker and heavier because we were going through heavier parts of our lives. This record tells a story about the process of life and death. A sea creature evolves into an apex predator, takes over everything, and then falls from grace. It mirrors humanity’s own existential struggle.”

The band, which features drummer/saxophone player Jordan Clancy, bass player Kevin Handlon and singer/keyboard player Lauren Vieira, recorded the new album at The Boar’s Nest (Salt Lake City) with SubRosa’s Andy Patterson recording and mixing the collection. Catch the band live on these dates:

July 19 - Covington, KY @ Madison Live w/ Winterhymn, Automaton
July 20 - St Louis, MO @ The Sinkhole w/ Path of Might, Dracla, Dibiase
July 29 - Denver, CO @ Moe's BBQ w/ Free Slamander Exhibit (members of Sleepy Time Gorilla Museum)

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