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About Dream Theater

While actual scientific data has yet to be collected on the subject, it's possible that Dream Theater's audience holds the highest musician to non-musician ratio of any rock band in operation today. The Berklee-bred quintet have fashioned a style that feeds off remnants of Rush, Speed Metal, and arena-ready prog rock (think Styx), all mixed in with a not-so-small dose of 1980s hair-band perfumery. Most commonly referred to as "Progressive Metal," Dream Theater's music isn't the sort that inspires headbanging. Marveling at the band's clinically precise execution, basking in the stadium-wide grandeur, and extracting pearls of wisdom from the fantasy-fueled lyrics are what really define the Dream Theater experience. It's an experience that countless bands seek to emulate; whether it makes you want to jump for joy or reach for a barf bag, there's no denying its singular power.

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Listen toDream Theateron Rhapsody

While actual scientific data has yet to be collected on the subject, it's possible that Dream Theater's audience holds the highest musician to non-musician ratio of any rock band in operation today. The Berklee-bred quintet have fashioned a style that feeds off remnants of Rush, Speed Metal, and arena-ready prog rock (think Styx), all mixed in with a not-so-small dose of 1980s hair-band perfumery. Most commonly referred to as "Progressive Metal," Dream Theater's music isn't the sort that inspires headbanging. Marveling at the band's clinically precise execution, basking in the stadium-wide grandeur, and extracting pearls of wisdom from the fantasy-fueled lyrics are what really define the Dream Theater experience. It's an experience that countless bands seek to emulate; whether it makes you want to jump for joy or reach for a barf bag, there's no denying its singular power.

About Dream Theater

While actual scientific data has yet to be collected on the subject, it's possible that Dream Theater's audience holds the highest musician to non-musician ratio of any rock band in operation today. The Berklee-bred quintet have fashioned a style that feeds off remnants of Rush, Speed Metal, and arena-ready prog rock (think Styx), all mixed in with a not-so-small dose of 1980s hair-band perfumery. Most commonly referred to as "Progressive Metal," Dream Theater's music isn't the sort that inspires headbanging. Marveling at the band's clinically precise execution, basking in the stadium-wide grandeur, and extracting pearls of wisdom from the fantasy-fueled lyrics are what really define the Dream Theater experience. It's an experience that countless bands seek to emulate; whether it makes you want to jump for joy or reach for a barf bag, there's no denying its singular power.

About Dream Theater

While actual scientific data has yet to be collected on the subject, it's possible that Dream Theater's audience holds the highest musician to non-musician ratio of any rock band in operation today. The Berklee-bred quintet have fashioned a style that feeds off remnants of Rush, Speed Metal, and arena-ready prog rock (think Styx), all mixed in with a not-so-small dose of 1980s hair-band perfumery. Most commonly referred to as "Progressive Metal," Dream Theater's music isn't the sort that inspires headbanging. Marveling at the band's clinically precise execution, basking in the stadium-wide grandeur, and extracting pearls of wisdom from the fantasy-fueled lyrics are what really define the Dream Theater experience. It's an experience that countless bands seek to emulate; whether it makes you want to jump for joy or reach for a barf bag, there's no denying its singular power.