Finnish metallers DREAMTALE have parted ways with keyboardist Turkka Vuorinen and have replaced him with 17-year-old Akseli Kaasalainen.
In other news, the band has been busy preparing material for the fourth DREAMTALE album. "The second demo session is on its way at the moment and we have about 15 songs ready," the group writes on its web site.
As previously reported, DREAMTALE has uploaded a sample of a pre-production version of a new song, entitled "Yesterday's News", at this location. The track is expected to appear on the band's follow-up to their third album, "Difference", which was released in April 2005 via Spinefarm Records.
DREAMTALE last year announced the addition of singer Nils "Nisse" Nordling to the group's ranks. Nordling joined the group as the replacement for Jarkko Ahola, who left DREAMTALE in April 2005 to concentrate on his other band, TERÄSBETONI.
The follow-up to 2003's "Ocean's Heart", "Difference" was recorded at Timo Tolkki's (STRATOVARIUS) Goldenworks studio with Tolkki producing and was mixed at Finnvox studios by Mikko Karmila.
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