STREAM OF PASSION: New Demo Teaser Available
STREAM OF PASSION has posted a demo teaser of one of its new songs on the band's MySpace page.
As previously reported, STREAM OF PASSION has scheduled the following dates:
April 11 - Kasteel, - Alphen a/d Rijn, Holland
April 12 - Tournai ProgFest - Tournai, Belgium
April 13 - Spirit of 66 - Verviers, Belgium
April 18 - De Kade - Zaandaam, Holland
April 24 - Effenaar - Eindhoven, Holland
April 25 - Fenix - Sittard, Holland
STREAM OF PASSION members Johan van Stratum (bass), Davy Mickers (drums) and Marcela Bovio (vocals, lyrics, violin) last year announced the addition of Stephan Schultz (guitar), Jeffrey Revet (keyboards) and Eric Hazebroek (guitar) to the group's ranks.
STREAM OF PASSION parted ways with founding members Arjen Lucassen (guitar), Lori Linstruth (guitar) and Alejandro Millán (piano), back in March 2007.
STREAM OF PASSION's debut album, "Embrace the Storm", was released in Holland in October 2005 via Sony/BMG Benelux. The CD was issued in the rest of Europe and the U.S./Canada via InsideOut Music.
STREAM OF PASSION's "Passion" video:
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