DREAM EVIL Announces First U.S. Performance

On December 13, Sweden's DREAM EVIL will make its U.S. live debut when it headlines the Century Family's third annual Christmas Balls show at The Key Club in Hollywood. Tickets are on sale now. More performances will be announced in the coming weeks.

Commented Peter Stalfors (bass): "Ever since we released our first album, 'DragonSlayer', we hoped to have the opportunity to perform in the U.S. Over the years, we received tons of mails from fans all over North America, and now at last we have the opportunity to give at least some of you a chance to see us. We are really excited about this and look forward to see you at the Key Club in Los Angeles, when it's finally time to show the U.S. what we’ve got. We will play songs from our new album, 'United', along with a ton of oldies as well, so we hope you are ready for a full-on metal onslaught."

"United" was recorded at Sweden's famed Studio Fredman with DREAM EVIL guitarist and legendary producer Fredrik Nordström (ARCH ENEMY, OPETH, AT THE GATES). The limited-edition first pressing of "United" includes a bonus second CD containing five exclusive, brand new songs.

DREAM EVIL recently completed a video for the new album's opening track, "Fire! Battle! In Metal!", with renowned director Patric Ullaeus (DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL). The clip can be viewed at this location.


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