DREAMSCAPE Announces New Singer

German progressive metallers DREAMSCAPE have announced the addition of singer Erik "E.Z." Blomkvist to the group's ranks. The band says, "You might know Erik from his former band PLATITUDE, with which he was touring e.g. with bands like THRESHOLD and, amongst others, played the Sweden Rock and ProgPower Europe festivals. Erik is a great guy and awesome singer and all of us are very happy to have him aboard!!!"

DREAMSCAPE has finished recording the instrumental parts for its new album, "Everlight", due later in the year via Silverwolf Productions. The vocal recordings are tentatively scheduled to take place in May.

The band's last CD, "5th Season", was released in August 2007. It was the follow-up to "Revoiced" — a "best-of" album containing re-recorded material from the group's first two CDs, "Trans-Like State" (1997) and "Very" (1999).


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