DEAD MENS DREAMS: 'The Dead Are Dreaming' Due Next Month

DEAD MENS DREAMS, the Orlando/West Palm Beach Florida-based hard rock band featuring 5 BILLION DEAD singer Strain, RESPONSE NEGATIVE drummer Jim McCourt and STILLKEPT guitarist Claudzilla, will release its debut album, "The Dead Are Dreaming", on June 21 via Solstis Records. A preview of a new song off the CD called "Black Hearts Beat" can be heard via the ReverbNation TuneWidget below.

"The Dead Are Dreaming" was recorded at Erik Rutan's Mana Recording Studio in St. Petersburg, Florida. It was produced by Brian Elliot (CELLADOR, ABSENCE, SOILENT GREEN), and mastered by Michael Fuller at Fuller Sound (DEATH, ANKLA, NONPOINT).

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