ANCIENT Side-Project DREAMLIKE HORROR To See Light Of Day?

Former ANCIENT vocalist Deadly Kristin has been in talks with Aphazel of ANCIENT about a possible release of their side project DREAMLIKE HORROR. The idea would be printing a limited edition of "Delightful Suicides", to be purchased exclusively on the Internet. More information will be made available soon.

In other news, Kristin has finally begun to write the first chapters of her philosophical/scientific essay. A title hasn't been announced yet. The book will contain the philosophical theories that Kristin has been developing during the years. The spirit of the book has an overall existential theme accompanied by a slightly scientific approach. It will cover topics such as the mystery of life, the origin of the universe, the signs of destiny, analysis of the human mind, paranormal and much more. Subjects such as religion, astronomy, psychology, chemistry, physics and biology will be also quoted and analyzed in order to prove the validity of certain statements.


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