Dream Theater Rejoining With Establishing Drummer Mike Portnoy for sixteenth Studio Collection

It will be their most memorable recording with the band’s prime supporter since 2009’s “Dark Mists and Silver Linings.”

Dream Theater are getting the band back together. The Grammy-winning prog rockers declared on Wednesday (Oct. 25) that establishing drummer Mike Portnoy will be back in the crease when the gathering head once more into the studio soon to chip away at their sixteenth studio collection and first with Portnoy since 2009’s Dark Difficult situations and Bright sides.

“I comprehend Dream Theater’s choice to get Mike Portnoy back right now,” said drummer Mike Mangini, who took over for Portnoy in 2010. “As was said from Day 1, my place was not to fill every one of the jobs that Mike held in the band. I was to play the drums to assist the band with continuing. My principal job of keeping our live show working firmly on a daily premise was an extraordinary and compensating experience. Fortunately, I got to encounter playing music with these notable artists, as well as a few good times bound with humor.”

Dream Theater was shaped in Boston in 1985 by Portnoy, bassist John Myung and guitarist John Petrucci when the triplet were enlisted at Berklee School of Music in Boston. Portnoy said he was “overpowered with delight to be getting back and rejoining with my siblings! There is such a lot of divided history among all of us… such countless recollections, such a lot of music… to believe we’re coming up on a long time since this excursion started! Making new music together is so thrilling and I totally can hardly hold on to raise a ruckus around town and get to play live for an entirely different age of fans that weren’t ever ready to see this setup previously… There’s no spot like home!!”

Myung said it feels perfect to reunite with Portnoy over forty years after the gathering’s development. “I’m eager to see what this next period of Dream Theater makes for the future,” he said. “I wish only awesome for Mike Mangini for all the hard labor he put into DT during his 13-year residency with the band.”

In Portnoy’s nonappearance the gathering delivered 2011’s A Sensational Development, a self-named 2013 collection, 2016’s The Shocking, 2019’s Distance Over the long haul and 2021’s A View From the Highest point of the World, for which they won a Grammy in 2022 for best metal execution for “Outsider.” The band-which likewise includes vocalist James LaBrie and keyboardist Jordan Rudess — as of late wrapped the principal Dreamsonic visit, a prog-rock bundle visit that additionally highlighted Devin Townsend and Creatures As Pioneers.

See the rejoined band underneath.

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