DREAM EVIL Announce One-Off Gig In The U.K.

Sweden's DREAM EVIL, the band featuring acclaimed producer Fredrik Nordström (HAMMERFALL, IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR, SPIRITUAL BEGGARS, etc.) and drummer Snowy Shaw (KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE, MEMENTO MORI, NOTRE DAME), have announced a one-off U.K. date in London on September 27. Also set to appear on the bill are fellow Swedes FALCONER.

Guitarist Gus G. states: "Finally!! We will get to play in the UK... We're very excited for our debut gig in England. Thank you to all our fans over there, we hope to see you all!!"

DREAM EVIL recently announced plans to release a mini-CD containing previously unreleased songs and a video clip of "Children Of The Night". No further details are currently available.

As previously reported, DREAM EVIL's sophomore effort, "Evilized", entered the national Japanese Album chart at position #70. "Evilized" was recorded in late 2002 at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden and was issued on the European continent in January.


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