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Dreamwalkers Inc release new "Aphrodesia" video!

Dreamwalkers Inc Dutch symphonic metal band DREAMWALKERS INC has released a socially distanced video of their song "Aphrodesia".The band has been silent with frontman Tom focusing on the release of his latest TDW solo album, but with this video, the band wants to show the world that they have not been sitting around doing nothing. This video introduces new bandmembers Bjorn van der Ploeg (bass) and Sander van Elferen (drums) to the world who both show their skills in a dynamic way. This video showcases the band having fun playing a song they played many times already, but in a new and improved form that showcases the bands new direction.

Tom commented "Making this video was a bit of a spur of the moment idea, that obviously was thought up with covid restrictions in mind, but we are happy with this result. It feels good to properly introduce our new lineup for 2021 to the world and show that we are actually working on things, even though we all work apart in our own houses and/or studios. Our plan is to share the process of writing new material in short-form content on the socials in this year and get people a taste of what is to come. This will lead into a big concept album that we are planning to release in 2022 which we would like to connect to some live shows when that is possible again!"

Watch the video below!

The band is now working on new material for a brand new album that is slated for 2022 and will give updates on their social pages when progress for this record is made. So be sure to follow the band to stay on top of that!

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    February 18, 2021

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