DAYDREAM XI: The Circus Of The Tattered And Torn Streaming Early As Band Makes US Debut At ProgPower This Week

DAYDREAM XI Promo 1 no logo LOW [photo by Tiago Schmidt][photo by Tiago Schmidt]

Brazilian progressive rock/metal outfit DAYDREAM XI will make their US live debut this week, as the band enters the country to perform at the annual ProgPower gathering. New label home Sensory Records is now streaming the band’s glorious new album, The Circus Of The Tattered And Torn, more than two weeks ahead of its official street date.

DAYDREAM XI will mark their first American performance at the annual ProgPower USA in Atlanta, Georgia, this week, playing this Friday, September 8th, sharing the weekend’s stage with the likes of Katatonia, Amaranthe, Pain, Mike Portnoy, Between The Buried And Me, Haken, Metal Church, Orphaned Land, and many others. Additional tour dates are to be expected.

The Circus Of The Tattered And Torn will be released on six-panel digipak CD with a twenty-eight page booklet and digital formats on September 22nd through Sensory Records; fans of Dream Theater, Symphony X, and Pain Of Salvation should tune in.

Stream The Circus Of The Tattered And Torn and find preorders for the CD and standard digital version are available HERE, and the CD and 24-bit hi-res version available HERE.

9/08/2017 Center Stage – Atlanta, GA @ ProgPower USA [info]

On their second album, The Circus Of The Tattered And Torn, DAYDREAM XI embraces the progressive side of their music in a dark concept album. The concept is a metaphor to express that we are drawn to each other more by our weaknesses and our flaws than our strengths and virtues. It’s portrayed through a journey, where Phillip, the Circus master, takes his new apprentice, Circe, across the various acts of this Circus. Each song represents a feeling or aspect of human life, channeled by the storyline of each character. With eleven epic new songs, The Circus Of The Tattered And Torn was recorded at an array of studios across Brazil and the US with the band’s Tiago Masseti handling final production. The record was mastered by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Haken), and completed with artwork by Kikyz1313 and Mateus Conter.

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