History & BiographyA French progressive heavy metal band, Dreamchild was formed in June 1990 and released a demo in June, 1992 appropriately called First Visions.
Signing with NSR the band recorded Torn Between Two Worlds. The band had used studio time before recording the album to record another promotional demo called Create A New World. NSR and the band had obtained a publishing contract with LMP of Germany. The follow-up album saw release through Metal Blade Records.
In 1999 Dominique Leurquin (guitars) and Alain Blanc (drums) left the fold. Solo artist Jean-Luc Gurnaud was quickly recruited on guitars, but a drummer was yet to be found. A few months later and in the autumn of 1999 Metal Blade dropped the band, despite the five-album contract, and bassist Cochet left the ensemble. The new band played at the Metal Search Festival in October of 2000 alongside Chinchilla, Vanden Plas and others.
Leurquin joined Rhapsody in 1999. The remaining duo recorded a couple of demo songs that went unheeded. Fois took flight to Eternal Flight at the beginning of 2001. The monicker was taken from a song title from Dream Child's debut album. Blanc formed a cover band. He would join Messaline, which was a 1970s-based heavy rock band, in 2018. He had been in the band Just Us earlier, which featured guitarist Julien Bouvier of the aforementioned Eternal Flight.