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SadDoLLs

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A year after the self-release of the “Dead In The Dollhouse” demo EP, which gathered much positive feedback from fans and music environment, SadDoLLs found themselves again in the studio to record what would become their first full length debut album.

After the departure of some members during 2007, SadDoLLs ended up with what would be the best alignment to carry on with their plans for the future. The band’s sound changed and became heavier, leaving space for more experimentation with different styles of gothic music as well as developing elements from electro and metal influences.

The band has performed in numerous venues in Athens, collaborating with several remarkable bands from the Greek music scene. Amongst the live shows that SadDoLLs have put on, they achieved to perform as the support band for the German Gothic Rockers “Lacrimas Profundere” back in April 2008, receiving many and very good reviews from the media.

Their debut album is called “About Darkness”, it includes 12 tracks and has a total length of almost 50 minutes. The whole album development took over 12 months to complete throughout 2008-2009, combining the great cooperation and ideas between the band and “Fragile Studios” owned by Vangelis Yalamas.

This year, SadDoLLs signed with “Emotion Art Music”. Under their promotion and management, the album’s release was set for October 2009 along with the first music video. The band also had two live appearances on Greek TV channel shows such as MAD’s “Mad Day Live” and Ant1’s “Radio Arvyla”.

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