The first studio material from the new lineup of the Croatian metal band RISING DREAM — featuring recently added female singer Ines Tanceva — will be made available as a free download via the group's MySpace page. The song "Religion For The Weak" will be released on Monday, January 10, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. CET.
Recorded at Megaphone Studio in Croatia, mixed at Sweetspot Studio in Sweden by Rickard Bengtsson (ARCH ENEMY, OPETH, TESTAMENT, FIREWIND) and mastered at Audio Harakiri Studio in Slovenia, "Religion For The Weak" will serve as a sneak preview of the next RISING DREAM album, according to a press release.
RISING DREAM's latest CD, "Failed Apocalypse", was released in July 2008 via Dallas Records. The album features a guest appearance by former VISIONS OF ATLANTIS singer Melissa Ferlaak on the song "Dreams Come True".
RISING DREAM has previously opened for such bands as IRON MAIDEN, HELLOWEEN, AMON AMARTH and DEEP PURPLE, and has played at major European open air festivals.
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