Dream Theater have released the first official new video from their freshly released 34-track double album, The Astonishing. The album dropped a few days ago on Roadrunner Records and now you can watch the prog giants shred amid flying robots on "The Gift Of Music" video, available here. Don't forget to catch the band live on their upcoming European tour where they will perform the entire record and later in North America.
The second new song from Dream Theater's new album has premiered online! It's time to discover another cut from The Astonishing, the proggers first new album in three years. After the first single "The Gift Of Music", now we can explore "Moment Of Betrayal" which appears on Act II of the ambitious double album. Dive in now!
Dream Theater's thirteenth album, The Astonishing, will be released on January 29th via Roadrunner Records. As we get closer to the release date, the prog giants have released a first glimpse into the world of The Astonishing. Watch its official trailer available below with new song snippets as well. The Astonishing is a concept album focusing on various characters and spreads over two acts.
Dream Theater will also perform their entire new album in North America! The progressive metal giants have announced their first North American tour of 2016, which will see them performing a historic set in immersive and interactive settings for a unique and unparalleled live experience. Set to kick off April 14th at Quebec City's Theatre Du Capitole, the spring trek will see the prog virtuosos delivering a one-of-a-kind show in which they will perform their forthcoming double concept album, The Astonishing, live in its entirety. The tour will continue through May with the band making stops at prestigious theaters throughout North America including New York's Radio City Music Hall, Los Angeles's The Wiltern, and Boston's Orpheum Theatre, with additional dates to be announced.
"The Gift Of Music" - the first track from Dream Theater's upcoming album The Astonishing - has premiered officially online. You can enjoy it as much as you want via the YouTube player below. It has also been confirmed that the group's new concept double album will be in stores on January 29th, 2016 via Roadrunner Records. Did the new track live up to your expectations? It's only the first single.
Little by little, we begin to know more about Dream Theater's upcoming album. Titled The Astonishing, the prog metal masters have now revealed its cover explaining that it introduces the album's retro-futurist dystopian setting. Take a look at it below alongside the tracklist. It remains to be seen if the album will be astonishing or not, but the band will perform it in full on a European tour next year with shows in England, The Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland and Denmark already booked.
Dream Theater are hitting the road again. The prog legends announced a special one month long European Tour for early 2016 where they will be promoting their upcoming album, whose title and further details are still to be revealed. It is scheduled for release via Roadrunner Records in early 2016. Why is this tour special? During the shows the band will play their new record in its entirety!
Singer James LaBrie of progressive metal giants Dream Theater has recently revealed to Simcoe.com that the band will enter the studio in February to create the follow-up to 2013's Dream Theater album which he said he expects to be released next fall. So, the proggers will soon begin work on their next album which will be their 13th already. Are you excited to see what the band comes up with next?
In the beginning of 2014, the talented keyboardist of Dream Theater, Jordan Rudess, released two new solo albums: the successfully crowdfunded Explorations, recorded with the Sinfonietta Consonus symphonic orchestra, and All That Is Now which is generally a "piano album" (initially released in December 2013). And what's really surprising is the fact that both of them are up for consideration for Grammy nominations.
Progressive metal titans Dream Theater have announced the release of a new live DVD-Blu-ray. Usually, the band releases a new DVD per album cycle and this new one is called Breaking The Fourth Wall (Live From The Boston Opera House). This a live set of the band's one-of-a-kind performance from the Boston Opera House on March 25th, 2014. Have a taste of what you will find on the new release by watching the clip for "The Looking Glass" (from their latest album Dream Theater) here.
Another video premiere today. Dream Theater is currently touring in Europe and the progressive metallers are bringing you a brand new video for the track "The Looking Glass" from their 2013 self-titled album. You can watch the video directed by Ramon Boutviseth at this location now.
Dream Theater have entered the holiday spirit and shared a compilation of live tracks that were not included on the Live At Luna Park release. Now you will have a complete documentation of all the songs that were played during the tour (with the exception of cover songs). Not a bad present indeed.
Dream Theater has announced new tour dates for a North American headline trek dubbed Along For The Ride tour where they will showcase the new opus Dream Theater. The coast-to-coast run will pick up on March 20th, 2014 in Toronto, following the band's European tour and then continues through the end of April where it will eventually wrap up in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Proggers Dream Theater have released a clip from their upcoming new DVD Live At Luna Park, which will be released on November 4th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. You can now watch the band performing their classic song "Pull Me Under" from the album Images And Words through the YouTube video below. This serves as a taste of what you will find on the DVD.
Dream Theater's self-titled new opus is officially released today worldwide. It's already their 12th studio album and the band has already streamed the entire release online. Today we get to watch their new video for the lead single off the album: "The Enemy Inside". The video was directed by Bill Fishman (The Ramones, Steve Ray Vaughan). Check it out below.