TRANSATLANTIC Reunites For New Studio Album

TRANSATLANTIC, the progressive rock "supergroup" comprised of Mike Portnoy (DREAM THEATER), Pete Trewavas (MARILLION), Roine Stolt (THE FLOWER KINGS) and Neal Morse (ex-SPOCK'S BEARD), has reunited after a seven-year hiatus to record a brand new studio album.

The band began work on the CD in early April in Nashville and is expected to have it released by year's end.

TRANSATLANTIC previously released two studio albums to tremendous critical and fan acclaim: 2000's "SMPTe" and 2001's "Bridge Across Forever". The band toured on the heels of each release with an American tour in 2000 and a European tour in 2001 and released subsequent live DVDs/CDs from both tours before going their separate ways for an indefinite hiatus which lasted almost the entire decade.

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