LOST DREAMS: In Writing Mode

Austrian melodic death metal band LOST DREAMS has commenced the songwriting process for its fourth album, tentatively due next summer. The follow-up to this year's "End of Time" will contain nine songs and will be mixed and mastered at the Rape of Harmonies studio (HEAVEN SHALL BURN, MAROON, NEAERA) in Triptis, Germany.

LOST DREAMS's video for the song "I Curse You" can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's third album, "End of Time", which was released in Europe on February 22 via Reartone Music/Twilight Distribution. The CD was recorded between September 2006 and January 2007 at the group's own SMT studio and was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with Fredrik Nordström. Mastering duties were handled by Peter in de Betou at Tailor Maid Production in Stockholm.

LOST DREAMS will team up with MOSHQUITO and SOLACE OF REQUIEM for the "Only Death Is For Nothing Tour 2009" beginning January 16, 2009 in Chemnitz, Germany. More information is available on the poster below.


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