|Poll: What is your favorite DT studio album?|
|"Well, isn't it for the honor of God, Aunt Kate?"|
"I know all about the honor of God, Mary Jane."
seen my diary on the newsstand...
|Mike Portnoy Leaving the Band|
posted by: Chris on 09.08.10
The unexpected has happened and the long-stable line-up of Dream Theater will be changing again. Mike Portnoy wanted to take a break from the band, but the rest of the members did not, and unfortunately that resulted in Mike deciding to leave the band. Dream Theater will be looking for a new drummer.
(Mike's press release)
(band press release)
posted by: Chris on 06.23.09
Today Dream Theater releases their 10th studio album, entitled Black Clouds and Silver Linings. (press release)
|New Album and Biography|
posted by: Chris on 7.03.07
So I know I'm a little late, but I've finally updated the site with details about the new album. The song and album polls have been reset to allow voting with the new music.
Also, a biography of Dream Theater is being released, compiled by Rich Wilson. It looks like a great coffee table candidate, go here to preorder it.
|New Label and Album!|
posted by: Chris on 2.09.07
Dream Theater just announced that they have signed with Roadrunner Records and have a new album in the works, titled "Systematic Chaos," which is due out June 7th. It is said to feature seven compositions, one being a 25-minute epic. Dream Theater will also be headlining the Gods of Metal festival in Italy this year, and more touring plans are rumored to be announced soon. Read the full press release here.
posted by: Chris on 4.07.06
I'm adding a lot to the media section. If you have any rare covers Dream Theater has done or anything else of interest, please send it to me!
|Radio City Music Hall Show|
posted by: Chris on 4.02.06
Dream Theater played their 20th anniversary show last night to be filmed for an upcoming DVD release. The second set they revealed an orchestra and played the entire Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence suite, and continued on into Vacant, The Answer Lies Within, Sacrificed Sons, Octavarium, and Metropolis as an encore. Check out the entire setlist.
|Back In Action|
posted by: Chris on 01.24.06
The site is finally going again--tour archives are updated to current, and I updated, fixed, and added to the Octavarium Analysis page. It now has helpful pictures alongside it. Firefox users can now vote for their favorite DT songs too.
|Classic Album Played in Amsterdam!|
posted by: Chris on 10.11.05
Dream Theater played Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon this evening in Amsterdam. Check out the amazing setlist.
|Redesign and Octavarium Analysis|
posted by: Chris on 8.25.05
I've redesigned the site, as the white was getting pretty bland. I've also added an album analysis section that has an in depth study of Octavarium. You can see it here.
|Stage Play and Dream Theater Marathon|
posted by: Chris on 8.10.05
Interesting stuff coming from fans of Dream Theater. Long-time fan Danni Segal has adapted the concept album Scenes From a Memory into a full length stage play to be performed this November in East Sussex. Note that this is a prose play, not a performance of the music. See more information at From The Bats' website.
The progressive rock radio station Delicious Agony will be airing their second annual 48-hour DT marathon starting on August 19th at 7PM EST.
"For 48 hours we will suspend our regular progressive rock programming and play on Dream Theater and related projects. You will hear the music of Dream Theater, Liquid Tension Experiment, Transatlantic, OSI, Yellow Matter Custard, Explorer's Club, Jelly Jam, Platypus, and many more projects. Plus, we will also throw in some music from former band members Derek Sherinian (solo work and Planet X) and Kevin Moore (solo work and Chroma Key).
We are also please to announce interviews with James LaBrie, Jordan Rudess and John Petrucci. It is going to be a great weekend. So please come and be a part of the Second Annual Dream Theater Marathon, only on Delicious Agony Progressive Rock Radio."
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