DREAM THEATER: 'String Quartet Tribute' Due Next Month

Vitamin Records has set a February 20 release date for "The String Quartet Tribute to Dream Theater". A press release for the effort reads as follows;

For over 20 years, DREAM THEATER has consistently challenged and engaged critics and fans alike with their unique brand of progressive metal. They've sold millions of records worldwide, released a diverse array of studio albums, live sets and side projects, and have sold out tours across the globe — and they've done this by catering to no one. Members of both the mainstream and underground have been quick to dismiss the impact that DREAM THEATER has on their fans, but the proof is in the pudding. We challenge you to find a more dedicated fanbase than DREAM THEATER's.

In the classical, experimental spirit of their best material, "The String Quartet Tribute to Dream Theater" is a stripped-down take on the ambitious favorites that have won them fans around the world. Culled from a tracklist selected by legendary drummer Mike Portnoy, there is something for every DT fan to enjoy on this auditory onslaught. This is one project every DREAM THEATER fan needs to add to the voluminous library they've dedicated to the world's most amazing band.

"The String Quartet Tribute to Dream Theater" (view cover artwork at this location) track listing:

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01. Overture 1928
02. Pull Me Under
03. As I Am
04. Peruvian Skies
05. The Dance of Eternity
06. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream
07. Ytse Jam
08. Hell's Kitchen

For more information, visit www.vitaminrecords.com.


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