DREAMSHADE Completes Work On New Album

Swiss modern melodic death metallers DREAMSHADE have completed work on their sophomore album, "The Gift Of Life", for a January 25, 2013 release via Spinefarm. The CD was mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen.

DREAMSHADE parted ways with singer Iko Castelli last November due to musical differences and replaced him with Kevin Cali (ROOTS OF DEATH).

DREAMSHADE's debut album, "What Silence Hides", came out in March 2011. A press release previously described the CD as "sit[ting] loosely under the 'melodic death metal' banner, a genre that continues to be developed by [DREAMSHADE's] [then-]labelmates CHILDREN OF BODOM. [But] DREAMSHADE succeed in bringing modern elements to the traditions of the music — the result being a fresh blend of melodic death and progressive metal."

DREAMSHADE's video for the song "Eternal", taken from "What Silence Hides", can be seen below.

DREAMSHADE is:

Kevin Calì - Vocals
Fernando "Fella" Di Cicco - Guitar, Vocals
Rocco Ghielmini - Guitar
Ivan Moccia – Bass
Serafino "Sera" Chiommino - Drums

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