March 24, 2007

DEAD MENS DREAMS, the Orlando/West Palm Beach Florida-based hard rock band featuring 5 BILLION DEAD singer Strain, RESPONSE NEGATIVE drummer Jim McCourt, STILLKEPT guitarist Claude "Zilla", and LO bassist Perry Stern, has uploaded two new tracks from its forthcoming debut album, entitled "The Dead Are Dreaming". The title track and DMD's version of the MÖTLEY CRÜE classic "Shout At The Devil" can be found on the band's MySpace page.

"The Dead Are Dreaming" was recorded at Erik Rutan's Mana Recording Studio in St. Petersburg, Florida. It was produced by Brian Elliot (CELLADOR, ABSENCE, SOILENT GREEN),and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (UNEARTH, SHADOWS FALL). A summer release is planned.

"The Dead Are Dreaming" track listing:

01. A.D.
02. The Dead are Dreaming
03. Machines Will Take Our Souls
04. Mark My Tracks
05. Stalked By the Dead
06. Black Hearts Beat
07. Shout at the Devil (MÖTLEY CRÜE cover)
08. Puzzles of a Daydream
09. The Deceased's First Reaction
10. Screaming at Darkness
11. 07162083
12. Landmass
13. Terminus

DEAD MENS DREAMS will be playing select dates before embarking on a full U.S. tour this summer. The first date will be Saturday, April 21 at The Backstage Lounge (formerly Eddie C's) in Gainesville, Florida.

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