Former MASTERPLAN/RIOT Singer MIKE DIMEO's MIDAS FATE To Release New Single

MIDAS FATE, the band featuring former RIOT/MASTERPLAN frontman Mike DiMeo, will release a new single, "What Dreams May Come", on January 25, 2011. It was mixed by Paulo Brancaccio at Diesel Studio and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studio.

The track listing is as follows:

01. What Dreams May Come
02. Liars In The Name Of Faith
03. History Repeats Itself (exclusive single track)

The song "Liars In The Name Of Faith" is avaliable for streaming at www.midasfate.com.

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MIDAS FATE is:

Mike DiMeo - Lead Vocals, Choir
Vitor Campos - Guitar, Choir
Renato Videira - Bass, Choir
Felipe Vieira - Drums, Choir

Guest musicians:

Christian Trivelatto: Piano, Keyboards
Rafael Videira: Violin, Viola

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