Dream Theater - Distance Over Time

8.3 | 274 votes |
Release date: 22 February 2019
Style: Progressive metal


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01. Untethered Angel
02. Paralyzed
03. Fall Into The Light
04. Barstool Warrior
05. Room 137
06. S2N
07. At Wit's End
08. Out Of Reach
09. Pale Blue Dot
10. Viper King [bonus]

Top 20 albums of 2019: 5

James LaBrie - vocals
Jordan Rudess - keyboards
John Petrucci - guitars, backing vocals
Mike Mangini - drums
John Myung - bass

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Dream Theater have trimmed down and are back with a punch.

published 05.03.2019 | Comments (19)

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21.03.2019 - 13:14
Rating: 10
Written by Theodore V on 21.03.2019 at 10:56

Written by diamondblack on 23.02.2019 at 13:56

Can't ever judge Prog albums of any kind on the first listen. It's a complex intelligent genre. The more you hear it the more you like it. If you like the song right away, you'll get sick of it quickly. With good prog, you'll grow to love it.

If by "complex intelligent" you mean "instrumental masturbation", or "pretentious serious musicians" or "milking a bridge until it draws blood". Only joking of course! That only happens 95% of the time in prog "metal".

P.S.1 - Except for DT which I've always hated with a passion that I cannot rationally explain to a 100%
P.S.2 - Sorry for the rant. I warned you on P.S.1

If you hate DT so much why do you even bother listening to something that you can't appreciate?
21.03.2019 - 13:15
Rating: 8
JoHn DoE
It's funny that even when DT tries a more straight forward approach, write shorter songs, they still get called "pretentious", "masturbation" etc.

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