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A combustible industrial metal outfit from Hollywood, California, the Dreaming was formed by vocalist Christopher Hall and drummer Johnny Haro in 2002 after their previous band Stabbing Westward decided to call it quits. Similar in tone to Stabbing Westward, but shot through with a heavier dose of electro-metal, Hall and Haro began laying down demo tracks for the group immediately after their predecessor's demise, making their live debut in 2003 and releasing an eponymous debut EP. A second EP, The Bonus Tracks, followed in 2005 by a third (Dreamo), and a fourth EP (Club Re-Mixes) in 2007. 2008 saw the release of the band's debut long-player Etched in Blood, followed by a three-month headlining tour, as well as a co-headlining tour with fellow industrial alt-metal specialists Flaw. The Puppet followed in 2011, and in 2014, Stabbing Westward keyboardist Walter Flakus joined the group and made his debut with the band on their third studio outing Rise Again, which was released by Metropolis Records in 2015.
2002 in Hollywood, CA