The MetalJusticeTokyo YouTube channel has transferred video of DREAM THEATER’s whole April 28 show at Line Solid shape in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Look at it beneath.
The band’s setlist was as per the following:
- The Outsider
- Dormant beast
- Spans Overhead
- Trapped In An Internet
- Noting The Call
- Lone Shell
- Going To Crash (Repeat)
- Losing Time/Stupendous Finale
- Pull Me Under
- A View From The Highest point Of The World
- The Count Of Tuscany
Last month, DREAM THEATER declared the primary version of “Dreamsonic”, occurring in North America all through June and July. Starting off on June 16, DREAM THEATER will be joined by exceptional visitors Devin Townsend and Creatures AS Pioneers.
As recently revealed, DREAM THEATER is wanting to enter the studio in late 2023 to start recording its sixteenth studio collection.
The dynamic metal goliaths’ schedule for the development to 2021’s “A View From The Highest point Of The World” was uncovered by guitarist John Petrucci in an October 2022 meeting with SiriusXM’s “Trunk Country With Eddie Trunk”.
Gotten some information about DREAM THEATER’s arrangements for 2023 after he is finished visiting on the side of his second independent collection, “Maximum speed”, John said: “DREAM THEATER will keep visiting in 2023. Very much like every other person, we were closed down for a considerable length of time and have a ton of getting up to speed to do. We’re supporting ‘A View From The Highest point Of The World’. We’ve done broad voyages through U.S. also, Europe, yet even… We played two shows just in Asia; we played, similar to, four shows in South America. There’s significantly more ground to cover. So 2023 will be loaded up with DREAM THEATER visiting; I’m sure of that.”
Inquired as to whether he and his bandmates have pondered dealing with new music yet, Petrucci said: “We’re actually working the last record. I can’t see us being back in that frame of mind until generally this time one year from now. In the event that you sort of anticipate one year from now, you see the way it’s going to spread out, and we have celebrations. All of a sudden, it’s August. There won’t be any studio work done before the fall; I don’t think so. So another record wouldn’t be [released before] the next year.”
“The Outsider”, a track from “A View From The Highest point Of The World”, landed DREAM THEATER its very first Grammy in the “Best Metal Execution” class at the 64th yearly Grammy Grants, which was held in April in Las Vegas. DREAM THEATER’s past Grammy selections were for the tune “On The Backs Of Holy messengers”, from 2011’s “A Sensational Development” collection, and the single “The Foe Inside” from 2013’s “Fantasy Theater”.
“A View From The Highest point Of The World” was depicted in a press delivered as “DREAM THEATER at its melodic best, developing the sound they made while keeping up with the components that have gathered them dedicated fans all over the planet.” The seven-tune collection likewise denoted the second studio collection with InsideOut Music/Sony Music. The work of art was made by long-term cover colleague Hugh Syme (RUSH, IRON Lady, STONE Sharp). “A View From The Highest point Of The World” was delivered by Petrucci, designed and extra creation by James “Jimmy T” Meslin and blended/dominated by Andy Sneap.