DREAM THEATER celebrated the 15-year anniverary of its classic 1992 album "Images and Words" by performing the LP in its entirety yesterday (Saturday, June 16) at Museumsufer in Bonn, Germany. Check out pictures at www.rocknroll-reporter.com.DREAM THEATER previously played the entire "Images and Words" album on Day Two of the Gods Of Metal festival on June 3 in Italy. The Italian web site of Roadrunner Records has uploaded a video interview that the Italian Roadrunner team conducted with DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy when he came to Milan on April 27, 2007. The questions were submitted by Italian fans through the "Ask the Artist" Italian campaign. Watch the interview at this location. Roadrunner Records U.K.'s Jim Tattersall recently sat down to interview DREAM THEATER vocalist James LaBrie. Part 2 of the video chat is now available at this location. DREAM THEATER's new album, "Systematic Chaos", was released June 5 in simultaneous standard and special editions.
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