OMEGA LITHIUM's 'Dreams In Formaline' To Receive North American Release In April

"Dreams In Formaline", the debut album from the Croatian female-fronted gothic metal band OMEGA LITHIUM, will be released in North America on April 6 via Artoffact Records. The North American version of the CD will include a bonus track, "Ocean Dream", and a different cover.

"Dreams In Formaline" was released in Europe last September via Drakkar Records.

"Dreams In Formaline" track listing:

01. Infest [02:53]
02. Stigmata [03:48]
03. My Haunted Self [03:32]
04. Dreams In Formaline [03:20]
05. Andromeda [03:29]
06. Nebula [03:58]
07. Snow Red [03:38]
08. Hollow March [03:22]
09. Factor:Misery [03:31]
10. Angel's Holocaust [03:20]
11. Point Blank [03:57]
12. Stigmata (Videoclip) [03:48]

Drakkar label manager Marius Kopec previously stated about the company's decision to sign OMEGA LITHIUM, "Of course, classic artist development has become increasingly difficult. On the other hand, only by supporting new bands does a label stand a chance of hitting the jackpot. To us, it's as important as ever that our bands bring along a solid mix of quality and originality. OMEGA LITHIUM, with their amazing singer Mya Mortensen, is without any doubt what we call a 'unique act,' so we are very convinced that it is possible to establish this band in the gothic scene!"

OMEGA LITHIUM's sound is described in the band's official bio as "the vision of a reformed society's way of thinking. The aggression of the distorted guitars, the simplicity of the electro beats, wrapped in a haunting atmosphere, and a rebellious point of view through it. Influenced by industrial, metal, gothic and rock, emerges a distinct sound that creates the passage through the ruined world of inner destruction."

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