Dream Theater Premiere Animated Video For “Paralyzed”

Dream Theater have premiered an animated video for their new song “Paralyzed.” This track is from the band’s new album “Distance Over Time,” which will be released on February 22. Guitarist John Petrucci commented:

“The song is an introspective reflection on the negative impact that being obstinate or single-minded can have on important relationships.”

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Dream Theater Premiere New Song “Fall Into The Light”

Dream Theater have premiered a new song titled “Fall Into The Light.” This track is from their new album “Distance Over Time,” which will be released on February 22.

Dream Theater Premiere “Untethered Angel” Video

Dream Theater have premiered a new video for their new song “Untethered Angel.” This track is from the band’s new album “Distance Over Time,” which will be released on February 22.

John Petrucci commented:

“During the writing and recording process of ‘Distance Over Time‘, ‘Untethered Angel‘ was known as ‘Song 4’ to all of us as it was the fourth song written during the sessions. However, there has always been something about this track that just begged for it to be the album opener, even long before all of the songs were written.

Fear is something that rears its ugly head at some point or another in all of our lives. Fear of the unknown, fear of taking chances, fear of making mistakes. If we are not careful, it can be debilitating and sadly prevent us from realizing our true potential.

The world we live in can be a scary place and the thought of an uncertain future a terrifying notion, especially for today’s young people. Untethering from that fear and giving yourself up to the future’s countless possibilities is what will ultimately set you free.”

Did New York Times Magazine Rip Off Dream Theater’s New Album Cover?

As a fan pointed out on Twitter, the artwork on The New York Times Magazine’s “The Tech & Design Issue” is very similar to the cover art on Dream Theater’s new album “Distance Over Time“ (out February 22). The band have since tweeted out the two images side by side as well. However, the magazine’s Design Director, Gail Bichler has denied the accusations of plagiarism. It’s also worth noting that a rep for the band said they actually used a modified stock image for the cover, so The New York Times Magazine most likely did the same.

[via Metal Injection]