That Dream Theater frontman James LaBrie has a great voice is something that is undoubted. The Canadian singer enriched many Dream Theater classic with his excellent singing and not only is he always in control of his voice; he also the ability to transport emotions. There is some storytelling part of the way he approaches... Continue Reading →
James LaBrie, known internationally as the vocalist for progressive metal icons Dream Theater, embarks on uncharted waters with his fourth solo album, titled ‘Beautiful Shade of Grey’, out on May 20th, 2022. Watch the Wayne Joyner-produced video for the album’s first single and opening track, 'Devil In Drag' here: https://youtu.be/fwDfh5Mvd0o
Here are the MHMB Top 20 longplayers in 2021: 1.HelloweenHelloween2.MastodonHushed And Grim3.Dream TheaterA View From the Top the World4.Green LungBlack Harvest5.FreedomFreedom6.CarcassTorn Arteries7.FortressDon't Spare With the Wicked8.ExodusPersona Non Grate9.LuciferIV10.BrainstormWall of Skulls11.Count RavenThe Sixth Storm12.HypocrisyWorship13.EclipseWired14.TribulationWhere the Gloom Becomes Sound15.LynxWatcher of Skies16.Flotsam and JetsamBlood In The Water17.LeprousAphelion18.The QuillEarthrise19.OphisSpew Forth Odium20.ButterflyDoorways of Time
Dream Theater never released a disappointing album. Still there are some longplayers that created more excitement compared to some others. The first three Dream Theater records are milestones and the latest longplayer ‘Distance Over Time’ belongs for me to the real highlights of an anyhow impressive discography too. The New York-based quintet belongs to the... Continue Reading →
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Prog metal veterans Dream Theater just announced their next Studio Album, entitled ‚A View From the top of the World’. Release date is October 22nd, 2021 and the album comes via InsideOut Music. “We just love to play our instruments,” observes Petrucci. “That never goes away. I love to be creative, write, and exercise that... Continue Reading →
Listening to experts at work is always a pleasure, and watching them on stage even amplifies the experience. Dream Theater, the experts of progressive metal, are known for their great musical journeys through the world of sounds, manifested in numerous releases. The band from New York wasn't diffident when it comes to live releases. A... Continue Reading →
Dream Theater unveil with 'Fatal Tragedy' a next song, taken from the upcoming live album 'Distant Memories - Live in London'. The album will be released on November 27th, 2020 and 'Fatal Tragedy' can be watched here: https://youtu.be/dau5acQfaww
Dream Theater announce a live release called 'Distant Memories - Live in London'. The album is scheduled for November 27th and it will be their ninth live album. Base for this release is a sold-out show at Apollo Theater in London, focussing on 'Distance Over Time' and the 20 years anniversary of 'Metropolis Part 2... Continue Reading →
(9/10) Keyboarder Jordan Rudess is well-known from all his years with prog metal pioneers Dream Theater. It was in 1999 when he joined the quintet from New York. What’s less known is that the master of the keys also release many solo albums with ‘Listen’ being one of them. Rudess is a restless mind when... Continue Reading →
One of the most influential albums in progressive metal has its 30th anniversary. It was in March 1989 when Dream Theater released a milestone album that certainly belongs to the classics in metal. Shortly before releasing 'When Dream and Day Unite' the quintet from NYC gave up the band name Majesty and became Dream Theater.... Continue Reading →
Dream Theater’s keyboard virtuoso Jordan Rudess announced the release of his first solo album. ‘Wired for Madness’ will be released on April 19th through Music Theories Recordings and HERE comes a first appetizer.
(9/10) NY-based prog metal veterans Dream Theater premiered in 1989 with the mind-blowing ‘When Dreams and Day Unite’, followed by the even more impressive ‘Images & Word’ album, which includes with ‘Pull Me Under’ a timeless prog metal anthem. Since then Dream Theater released many more albums, all excellent when it comes to music and... Continue Reading →
... the next song legendary Dream Theater unveils. The song is taken from the upcoming album 'Distance Over Time', which comes on February 22nd through InsideOut. You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/C7m7l8iqGAk