DREAMTALE: New Demo Tracks Posted Online

Finland's DREAMTALE have uploaded a couple of demo samples recorded during the group's recent pre-production sessions for their third full-length album, tentatively due before the end of the year through Spinefarm Records. Check out the songs "Wings of Icaros" (mp3) and "Projectname Vilkkumaa" (mp3). "Now remember that these are ONLY DEMOS," the band write on their web site. "The sound is not so good and most of the keyboard parts are not there."

As previously reported, the follow-up to last year's "Ocean's Heart" will be the group's first to feature new vocalist Jarkko Ahola, who replaced Tomi Viiltola in September.

DREAMTALE's Esa Orjatsalo filled in on guitar for Swedish band AMARAN during their recent European tour with AFTER FOREVER after regular AMARAN axeman Ronnie Backlund fractured his right arm.


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