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The Dreaming keeps the industrial rock scene alive in LA

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Annie Atlasman

The Dreaming live at Bar Sinister

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On Saturday February 22, 2014, The Dreaming performed a local show at Bar Sinister in Hollywood to a familiar crowd who sang along all the lyrics to all the songs.

The Dreaming keeps the industrial rock scene alive in LA
Annie Atlamsan

What makes this band and show unique are the members involved; founding members Singer Christopher Hall from Stabbing Westward and drummer Johnny Haro is from Econoline Crush. Current additional line up is bassist Brent Ashley, formerly of Wayne Static and currently with Davey Suicide and guitarist Carlton Bost who is with Orgy and Berlin.

The short but sweet set included the hits that the Dreaming are known for such as "Beautiful" and "End in Tears," as well as songs from Stabbing Westward's "What do I have to do," where the fans were lip synching all the lyrics.

The Dreaming are in studio completing their latest album with Walter Flakus (Stabbing Westward) with their first hit seeming to be Afraid (sample already available on YouTube here).
They have an upcoming show at the Whisky a Go Go on April 18, 2014.