CRYSTAL EYES: 'Dead City Dreaming' Release Date Confirmed

Sweden's CRYSTAL EYES will release its fifth album, "Dead City Dreaming", on November 3 in Europe and North America. The title track will be made available for download in a couple of weeks.

"Dead City Dreaming" was recorded at Crystal Sounds studio with producer Fredrik Nordström. The cover artwork for the CD can be viewed at this location.

"Dead City Dreaming" track listing:

01. Dead City Dreaming
02. Into The Light
03. The Narrow Mind
04. Wall Of Stars
05. Battlefield
06. The Quest Remains
07. Dawn Dancer
08. Roads Of Loneliness
09. Temple Of Immortal Shame
10. The Halls of Valhalla

CRYSTAL EYES recently parted ways with guitarist Jonathan Nyberg and replaced him with Niclas Karlsson (FIERCE CONVICTION, ZONATA, FRETERNIA, RISING FAITH).

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