Guitarist JIM DURKIN Says New DREAMS OF DAMNATION Material Is 'Definitely Our Strongest Yet'

Former DARK ANGEL guitarist Jim Durkin has issued the following update regarding the status of his current band, DREAMS OF DAMNATION:

"It's been awhile... Things are definitely up & running in D.O.D. camp. Can't wait to debut the new material to everyone. It's definitely our strongest yet, 'cuz we're playing with a fire that we've NEVER had before. PREPARE YOURSELVES!! For a preview, come out to The Anarchy Library [13250 South Woodrf Ave.] in Downey, California on Monday, May 30th, 2005. We're looking forward to all the bands we're gonna play with this upcoming summer gig & festival season. We'll be spilling blood soon in a neighborhood near you!

DREAMS OF DAMNATION's full-length debut is scheduled for release later in the year via Quadrivium Records."

(Thanks: FreddyMedal)

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