Dial (band)

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Origin Netherlands
Genres Progressive rock
Labels ProgRock Records
Associated acts Pain of Salvation

Dial is a progressive rock band based in the Netherlands.


Dial was founded in late 2003 by Liselotte Hegt, Rommert van der Meer and Kristoffer Gildenlöw. Early on, the band was pure a hobby but after Kristoffer's departure from Swedish prog metal band Pain of Salvation in early 2006, the band headed towards a more serious destiny.

In summer 2006, the band went to Austria to record their debut album Synchronized together with producer Devon Graves (of Deadsoul Tribe and Psychotic Waltz). This album was released in May 2007 through Prog Rock Records (US).


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