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- Queen Of Time
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DREAMS AFTER DEATH - Remembrance Cover Streaming Online And Announcment Of New Project

Hungarian atmospheric doom metal act Dreams After Death has made available for streaming their cover version of song "The Omen" which is originally played by French doomsters Remembrance on their last studio album from 2010 entitled Fall, Obsidian Night. Listen to the song below. In other news the mainman of Dreams After Death, Illés András, is reporting that he started a new death/doom project named Éjjel (in Hungarian it means night). Here's what Illés stated about it: "I plan to write and sing in Hungarian. Unfortunately, Hungary doesn't have any active death/doom band, and we have only one LP. It's a pleasure to change this. Don't worry, I'm not going to stop Dreams After Death. Contrariwise, Éjjel helps me to keep Dreams After Death on its original path. I hope that I will be able to join to the greatest bands of the genre like Doom:VS, Anathema, Remembrance, My Dying Bride or Esoteric, Evoken etc. (I know that some people think that some of them are funeral doom, but I don't). By listening my fastest songs ("Meeting With The Ancestors", "From Time Immemorial", "Anger") you are able to get an impression about my plans, but I'm going to give a special character to the new project. I want to avoid Dreams After Death 2." Link

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