For The Fallen Dreams Announce New Self-Titled Album Jan19

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For The Fallen Dreams Announce New Self-Titled Album

For The Fallen Dreams announce their brand new self-titled album and shared the video for their new single “Last One Out.”

Watch the video here.

Their upcoming album For The Fallen Dreams will be out on March 10 via Arising Empire and will be available as a CD and limited colored vinyl, together with merch/bundle options. Pre-order it here.

With a career defined by constant progression and dedication to refining and rejuvenating their unique brand of aggressive, passionate metal, For The Fallen Dreams have consistently demonstrated an incredible ability to adapt and evolve their sound and dynamic despite overwhelming adversity—and all without sacrificing the core components of their sound.

Built around explosive breakdowns, gut-wrenching grooves, and lyricism that touches on everything from an introspective glimpse into the human condition to brotherhood and camaraderie, these Midwestern masters of metal have made themselves a staple within the international heavy music community.

FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS TRACKLISTING:
RE-Animate
What If
“Last One Out”
“Without You”
“Testify”
“Searching…”
“Suprapersonal”
“No Heaven”
Sulfate
“Lavender”
“Chemicals”

FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS ON TOUR:
WITH GIDEON, ORTHODOX, + GUERILLA WARFARE:

2/9 — Tampa, FL — Orpheum
2/10 — Orlando, FL — Henao Center
2/11 — Atlanta, GA — Masquerade – Purgatory
2/12 — Greensboro, NC — Hanger 1819
2/14 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club
2/15 — Baltimore, MD — Soundstage
2/15 — Brooklyn, NY — Meadows
2/17 — Frenchtown, NJ — Artie’s
2/18 — Long Island, NY— Amityville Music Hall
2/19 — Hartford, CT— Webster Underground
2/21 — Pittsburgh, PA — Crafthouse
2/22 — Pontiac, MI — Pike Room @ Crofoot
2/23 — Indianapolis, IN — Emerson Theater
2/24 — Chicago, IL — WC Social Club
2/25 — Iowa City, IA — Wildwood
2/26 — Lincoln, NE — 1867 Bar
2/28 — Denver, CO — Marquis Theater
3/1 — Salt Lake City, UT — Urban Lounge
3/3 — Tacoma, WA — Real Art
3/4 — Portland, OR — Bossanova Ballroom
3/5 — Sacramento, CA — Goldfield Trading Post – Downtown
3/7 — Berkeley, CA — Cornerstone Berkeley
3/9 — Anaheim, CA — Chain Reaction
3/10 — Los Angeles, CA — The Echo
3/11 — Phoenix, AZ — Nile Underground
3/12 — Albuqurque, NM — Launchpad
3/14 — San Antonio, TX — Vibes Underground
3/15 — Fort Worth, TX — Ridglea Room
3/17 — Nashville, TN — Exit/In
3/18 — Birmingham, AL — Zydeco

While For The Fallen Dreams were founded in 2003, their story starts with the release of Changes in 2008. The band would go on to release five more remarkable full-length records, including the atmospheric and moody Relentless to chart-topping comeback record Heavy Hearts, and then Six, which ventured into more metallic territory and accumulated over 20 million views on YouTube and tens of millions of streams across various platforms. While For The Fallen Dreams have certainly been through their fair share of changes, one thing has remained constant: their dedication to constant growth while never failing to deliver primal-yet-emotional music.