THE DREAMING, the new project featuring former STABBING WESTWARD frontman Chris Hall and ex-STAR 69 members Johnny Haro (drums) and Warren Huart (guitar), have signed a management deal with Rob McDermott of Andy Gould Management (LINKIN PARK, ROB ZOMBIE).
The band, who are currently unsigned, have reportedly been demoing material with producer/engineer Bryan Carlstrom (who engineered SW's "Darkest Days" CD) and are said to be playing a musical style more reminiscent of that of early SW than the one found on the now-defunct band's final, self-titled album.
Among the tracks tentatively set to appear on THE DREAMING's upcoming debut are the following:
02. Solo Crucifixion
04. Let It Burn (mp3)
05. Fly Away
06. You Are
Upcoming THE DREAMING dates:
Sep. 17 - The Dragonfly – Los Angeles, CA
Sep. 20 - The Gig – Los Angeles. CA
Oct. 15 - The Whisky – Hollywood, CA
Oct. 26 - The Whisky – Hollywood, CA
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