Dream Theater - Distance Over Time



8.1 | 446 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]

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

Staff review by
musclassia
Rating:
7.6
Dream Theater have trimmed down and are back with a punch.

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published 05.03.2019 | Comments (20)

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18.02.2020 - 22:15
Ellrohir
Heaven Knight
I listened to the album for a few times before seeing DT live last saturday and I didn't quite enjoy it. But after the live performance I have found my way into this one. "Fall Into The Light", "Barstool Warrior" and "At Wit's End" are great live, even better on the album, and there are other great songs as well.
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My rest seems now calm and deep
Finally I got my dead man sleep


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28.08.2020 - 20:04
Rating: 10
mikeprado30
Hey, what the hell happened with all the comments?
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BARDS WE ARE, BARDS WE WILL BE!
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28.08.2020 - 20:20
Troy Killjoy
perfunctionist
Written by mikeprado30 on 28.08.2020 at 20:04

Hey, what the hell happened with all the comments?

Weird bug that happens sometimes where entire threads get wiped.
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I have no memory of this place.
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19.09.2020 - 17:47
Rating: 8
doez
This is a pretty good album, and an amazing comeback after the disaster that was The Astonishing. It has some very solid riffs and overall pretty short and concise songs (for Dream Theater), such as Paralyzed, Untethered Angel and the only songs I'd really call a masterpiece here, being Pale Blue Dot. The bonus track Viper King is a very odd song for DT but is incredible, like really amaing and I don't get why it's not in the normal release but whatever. There isn't really any weak song here, which had imo not happened to a DT album since Train Of Thoughts, but oddly enough I get bored after a while, because the songs are pretty much all sounding similar, which is not something very common for DT. Overall a nice comeback and definitely the best of the Mangini era, but nothing really outstanding here. Solid 7.5 leaning to an 8.
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