Countless shows on all continents, 15 million records sold, two Grammy nominations, around 40 years of band history and now the 15th studio album: Dream Theater push forward as always and set new musical boundaries. After their 2019/2020 tour with Distance Over Time and the 20th anniversary of Metropolis Part 2: A Scene From A Memory had to be unexpectedly canceled, the New York quintet did not get discouraged. They wrote, recorded and produced their latest album, A View From The Top Of The World, at their newly built Dream Theater HQ.
"We just love playing our instruments," says guitarist Petrucci. "When we're together as a band, we know there's no way we can let ourselves or our fans down. That's why we work harder than before every time. None of us get tired of it; in the studio we share pain, laughter and enthusiasm. We're all pulling in the same direction and that's what drives us forward."
Singer and frontman LaBrie says, "We approach every album like it's our very first. It's been an incredible journey to get here and we're not stopping for a long time!"