DREAMTALE Putting Finishing Touches On New Promo Single

Finnish metallers DREAMTALE have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We have been busy writing new songs and we feel that there is really some strong material coming. We are soon finished with recording a promo single with three new songs. No info on whether it will be released for you all, but at least you'll get to hear some samples (and Nisse's vocals finally)."

As previously reported, DREAMTALE recently announced the addition of singer Nils "Nisse" Nordling to the group's ranks. Nordling joins the group as the replacement for Jarkko Ahola, who left DREAMTALE in April to concentrate on his other band, TERÄSBETONI.

DREAMTALE's third album, "Difference", was released in April via Spinefarm Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Ocean's Heart" was recorded at Timo Tolkki's (STRATOVARIUS) Goldenworks studio with Tolkki producing and was mixed at Finnvox studios by Mikko Karmila.

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