12:15 - Zaphod That joke got old about 11 years ago
12:08 - ANGEL REAPER September has ended, time to give Billie Joe a call to wake him up like good old internet tradition says..
10:30 - RazMan @RedOctober In Anathemas case I think it's good, Distan satellites was a bit disappointing but other that that I've loved all their albums. But Opeth won't climb out of the grave they dug with the three last albums.
08:56 - RedOctober The probability of Opeth becoming metal again is similar to Anathema becoming metal again.
08:49 - God Alone [link] It's 29 minutes long, but I read on The Ajna Offensive fb page it's an LP, not an EP.
08:36 - God Alone OMFG Deathspell Omega are back?!? I'm dying.
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.
The final leg of the A Dramatic Tour Of Events was in South America in August 2012. It was at the Luna Park arena in Buenos Aires, Argentina that Dream Theater decided to film the two nights that go to make up this release. It was Dream Theater's first tour with new drummer Mike Mangini and all the tracks from their first album together A Dramatic Turn Of Events are included in either the main show or the bonus performances. The shows were filmed in high definition and include the tracks "Metropolis Pt. 1", "The Silent Man", "Pull Me Under", "The Root Of All Evil", "The Test That Stumped Them All", "The Spirit Carries On" and the recent "On The Backs Of Angels".
Live At Luna Park will be available on 2DVD, Blu-ray, a deluxe edition and visual digital formats. The deluxe edition comes as an 11.5" square 60 page hardback photobook containing the Blu-ray, the 2 DVDs and 3 CDs presenting all the key physical formats in one release; the CDs are only available in this deluxe edition.
Some have seen a theatrical release of the bit - from what I've read, hoping that the production release will have better audio than what was reported in the theatres. Thanks for the preview to Bloodtears as always!