Listeners often find solace in certain albums, either for their symbolic meanings, their powerful lyrics that resonate deep in our souls, or simply astonishing musicianship. Metropolis Pt. 2 is a record that I hold dear to my heart
New Album: The Jelly Jam (John Myung – Dream Theater, Rod Morgenstein – Winger &|ty Tabor – King’s X) Release ‘profit’
As I listened to this album a total of 6 times in a row, numerous things jumped out at men. For starters, John Petrucci is on top of his game. Not that he has been anything other than amazing prior, his playing is on fire on Dream Theater. Between incredibly smoking solo’s to heavy, in-your-face riffs he covers all the bases. The other John of the band, bassist John Myung, is more upfront with his playing than in recent years.