Bad Dreams Proudly Present A Teaser Trailer For Their Upcoming Album Déjà Vu


Bad Dreams unleash teaser video for their new album Déjà Vu, scheduled to be officially released on November 18th, 2016. Check out the Video below.

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Bad Dreams is the first Latin American classic and prog-rock band to triumph outside the continent. Hailing from Argentina, and comprising five accomplished musicians, they began their prolific career performing Genesis’ music for a period of more than 10 years, venture in which they attained worldwide recognition by fans and Genesis members alike; being mentioned in the official website of Genesis and Steve Hackett, having fused Genesis music with a symphony orchestra and played together with Genesis’ last singer Ray Wilson, besides being featured in the Official Genesis iPad App made by Armando Gallo (Genesis’ official photographer and biographer).

Wanting to spread their wings even further, they took a big undertaking out of their comfort zone in 2014, and released their first album with their own original music entitled “Apocalypse of the Mercy”. The album garnered worldwide recognition among classic and progressive rock fans, and Bad Dreams opened for Steve Hackett and played alongside Steve Rothery (Of Marillion’s fame) and his band during their South American leg.

2015 marked a milestone in Bad Dreams’ history, when they became the first Latin American band to take part of the prestigious Cruise to the Edge celebration, sharing the bill with household names in the prog-rock scene like Yes, Marillion, Mike Portnoy, Änglagård, PFM, Neal Morse Band, Lifesigns, Allan Holdsworth, and many others; performing two very successful shows in front of an audience which was unaware of the band and welcomed then very warmly with standing ovations. After Cruise to the Edge the band played a single show in Miami, and later embarked in tremendously fruitful Central America tour, visiting Panamá, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, before locking themselves up to start working in their sophomore album, entitled “Deja Vú” and scheduled for a worldwide release next November 2016. The new album will feature Steve Rothery as a special guest, he plays an otherworldly guitar solo in the album title track.

Bad Dreams have been once again invited to the next iteration of Cruise to the Edge to take place in February 2017, this time around again including the cream of the crop in the prog-rock scene with names like Steve Hackett, John Wetton, Kansas, Tony Levin, Mike Portnoy, Spock’s Beard, Neal Morse band, Scott Henderson, Änglagård, Haken and so on.


Bad Dreams
Gabriel Agudo: Lead vocals and guitars
Jorge Tenesini: keyboards, synthesizers and programming
Alex Calvera: Bass and Moog bass pedals
Ariel Trifunoff: Lead guitars and backing vocals
Fernando Cornejo: Drums and backing vocals



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