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Somewhere in the darkest depths of Pittsburgh, Dream Death have risen from their self-imposed grave. After making their full-length debut in 1987 with the groundbreaking doom/death/thrash masterstroke Journey Into Mystery, an album that somehow bridged the groaning gaps between Celtic Frost, Slayer and Saint Vitus while going on to influence many a notable death metal and death/doom faction, the vastly underappreciated band pulled their own plug in 89 and formed the more traditional doom outfit Penance. The latters 1992 album The Road Less Travelled was one of the earliest Rise Above releases, while Dream Death began what would prove to be a 22-year hibernation. In 2011, vocalist/guitarist Brian Lawrence, drummer Mike Smail (formerly of both Pentagram and Cathedral), bassist Richard Freund and guitarist Terry Weston regrouped and eventually stormed the studio for Dream Deaths 2013 comeback album, Somnium Excessum. The bands third and latest, Dissemination, marks the return of The Road Less Travelled lineup to Rise Above, this time in their resurgent Dream Death incarnation. Forged in the dank recesses of Lawrences basement, Dissemination is the apogee of a creative process that recaptured and reinforced the singular spirit of Dream Deaths late 80s triumphs. While I'm proud of the material on Somnium, I think there was some experimentation there that could have been reigned in a bit, Lawrence offers. The tracks on Dissemination are much more focused and delivered with intent.

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