German progressive metallers DREAMSCAPE have parted ways with singer Mischa Mang. Guitarist Wolfgang Kerinnis said, "We decided that it is better for us and him to concentrate on one band. So he will go on with IVANHOE. IVANHOE is a great prog-metal band! After contacting a few singers we have decided to [take our search] before the public. DREAMSCAPE exists now for 22 years and it's my baby. It's not the first time we are in trouble. There are different reasons: we are a hobby band earning nearly no money while playing on the edge of possibilities of our instruments and skills. For sure it's hard for the members to stay motivated. So unfortunately but explainable we had some lineup changes in the past. Please help us to live on! Send us your demos and letters of application to: [email protected] Subject: [email protected]"DREAMSCAPE has finished recording the instrumental parts for its new album, tentatively due in 2009 via Silverwolf Productions. The band's last album, "5th Season", was released in August 2007. It is 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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