DREAM THEATER Members Featured On New NEAL MORSE Album

DREAM THEATER's Mike Portnoy (drums) and Jordan Rudess (keyboards) are among the guest musicians on former SPOCK'S BEARD/TRANSATLANTIC frontman Neal Morse's new progressive rock masterpiece, "?" (The Question Mark Album). The album will be released in the U.S. on November 1 through Metal Blade Records and in Europe on October 24 through InsideOut Music. Other guest musicians include saxophonist Mark Leniger, Alan Morse (SPOCK'S BEARD), legendary guitarist Steve Hackett (formerly of GENESIS) and Roine Stolt of THE FLOWER KINGS.

"?" track listing:

01. The Temple of the Living God
02. Another World
03. The Outsider
04. Sweet Elation
05. In the Fire
06. Solid as the Sun
07. The Glory of the Lord
08. Outside Looking In
09. 12
10. Deliverance
11. Inside His Presence
12. The Temple of the Living God


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