ADEMA To Issue 'Insomniac's Dream' In Late October

ADEMA's brand new special enhanced EP, Insomniac's Dream, is scheduled for an October 22nd release through Arista Records. It features "Immortal", a new song that will also be on Deadly Alliance, the next Mortal Kombat video game, a rendition of ALICE IN CHAINS' "Nutshell", plus remixes of the band's three radio singles, the previously unreleased titled "Shattered", and a live version of "Do What You Want To Do". In addition, the enhanced disc includes the group's videos for "The Way You Like It" and "Giving In". Also included is a new video for the new song, "Immortal". Both the song and the video will be on the new Mortal Kombat game.

The clip for "Immortal" features clips from the video game mixed with live performance shots taken from the band's hometown headlining show in Bakersfield, California on June 15th.


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