DREAMLAND Finishes Recording New Album

Swedish metallers DREAMLAND have finished tracking their second album for a January 2007 release via Dockyard 1. The as-yet-untitled effort was recorded at Joacim Cans' (HAMMERFALL) Moonshine Studio and Andy LaRocque's (KING DIAMOND) Los Angered Recording, where the CD is currently being mixed.

Commented the band: "After just a few adjustements from Andy's magical fingers, the sound just floored us."

The group is promising that the album will follow the melodic-yet-heavy style of their first release, "Future's Calling" "but will maybe also surprise the listener here 'n' there."

Working titles set to appear on the CD include "Forever and Ever", "Into The Fire", "Shadows of the Night", "Carousel of Pain" and "Chosen Ones".

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"Future's Calling" was released last year through Dockyard 1.


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