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Dreamtale is a Finnish power metal band from Tampere. The musical style of the group tends towards symphonic metal.

The idea of ​​creating the band comes from Rami Keränen in 1999>. The first songs were released in autumn 1999, and several concerts, including the first part of Sinergy, follow. The group publishes a demo titled Refuge from Reality , whose copies will be the best sellers in Japan. Dreamtale then interested several labels, and finally signed in August 2001 with Spinefarm Records. In December 2001, Dreamtale began recording her first studio album, "Beyond Reality ". After completing the album, Dreamtale embarked on a training change: Pasi Ristolainen replaced bassist Alois Weimer, and a new singer, Tomi Viiltola, joined the group. Keränen is the only founding member to stay in the group.

Beyond Reality , published in June 2001 in Japan and July 2002 internationally, allows the group to be followed in Japan. After the good reception of their first album, the group decides to record a second one. The second opus, entitled "Ocean's Heart" , was recorded in January 2003 at Fantom Studios in Finland, where the album was mixed by Samu Oittinen. The final touches are brought by the mastering of Mika Jussila to Finnvox studios. In 2004, the guitarist Esa Orjatsalo left the group because of a "lack of interest" for this training>. Just after his departure, Dreamtale announces the release of their third album, Difference . Singer Jarkko Kalevi Ahola sings on this album but announces his departure on April 8, 2005>.

In July 2005, the band broke up with drummer Petteri Rosenbom>, who was a few days later, replaced by Rolf "Rolle" Pilve>. Keyboardist Turkka Vuorinen left the group in 2006, and was replaced by Akseli Kaasalainen. At the end of 2008, bassist Pasi Ristolainen left the group partly because of a lack of motivation. Dreamtale is then replaced by Heikki Ahonen.

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