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 71 
 on: June 03, 2010, 04:16:51 PM 
Started by karpatisz - Last post by Matt Gillis
Mega late reply, but I couldn't resist:

That Hanukkah themed "Christmas" wrapping paper is hilarious! If you're Jewish and you used it to celebrate Hanukkah (as opposed to Christmas) than maybe it isn't quite as funny, but regardless, that's pretty awesome!

 72 
 on: March 25, 2010, 12:48:05 AM 
Started by karpatisz - Last post by karpatisz
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – 22 March 2010 – Following up the success of the first effort, Anderson and ProgRock Records announce the second Terra Incognita CD, "A Line in the Sand" to coincide with the publication of the second novel, THE MAP OF ALL THINGS. "This CD features a different, grittier part of the story, focusing on the devastating generations-long war between continents, and it has an entirely different sound," said Anderson.

This time, the music is helmed by Henning Pauly (Frameshift, Chain, Shadows Mignon) and features some artists returning from the first CD as well as new performers. "Henning is absolutely perfect for this type of music, with hard-driving guitars, passion, and thought-provoking complexity," said Shawn Gordon of PRR. "Kevin’s been a fan of Henning’s music for years, and this seemed to be a perfect match."

"Terra Incognita: A Line in the Sand" Vocals are by rock legends Steve Walsh (Kansas), Michael Sadler (ex-Saga), and Sass Jordan (Album Rock’s Female Vocalist of the Year) and Nick Storr (The Third Ending) with guest appearances by Charlie Dominici (solo, original Dream Theater vocalist), Arjen Lucassen (Ayreon and many others), Alexander Froese (Frameshift) and Juan Roos (Shadow’s Mignon). Anderson and Moesta penned the lyrics/story again and even cowrote two songs with multi-Grammy winner Janis Ian (“Society’s Child," "At Seventeen," etc.). Due to commitments to their own bands/projects, Erik Norlander and some of the original performers were unable to participate in the second CD.

"With two CDs and two novels, this takes Terra Incognita into unprecedented territory," said Anderson. "Progressive rock has always focused on story and ideas. The union of music and prose has never before been done on this scale." Both "A Line in the Sand" (ProgRock Records) and THE MAP OF ALL THINGS (Orbit Books) will be released in June.

"Terra Incognita: A Line In The Sand" is the new worldwide ProgRock Records release from Roswell Six and can be found at http://www.progrockrecords.com/artists/view.php?id=116. You can hear 3 full songs on MySpace and also join us on Facebook. The album will be released mid April 2010 and available in stores late June 2010 but is available for immediate pre-sale at a $2 discount. The first 50 pre-sales will also include a signed original manuscript page from the book. In addition the following discounted combinations are available:

http://www.progrockrecords.com/shop/view.php?id=222


 73 
 on: March 18, 2010, 10:48:36 AM 
Started by bosk1 - Last post by charliedominici
Charlie, someone on DTF made a comment in a thread that they thought you sounded better on Afterlife than any of the other tracks on WDADU.  I responded by guessing that since you wrote the lyrics, you probably would have also written the vocal melody as well, and that if you did, you would have written more toward your strengths in terms of note choice, phrasing, etc., so it naturally would have sounded better than a vocal melody written by someone else.  Purely a guess on my part, but I thought I'd ask you directly to see whether there is any truth to my surmisings.
Quite right, Grasshopper!
 
CD

 74 
 on: March 15, 2010, 07:50:47 AM 
Started by bosk1 - Last post by bosk1
Charlie, someone on DTF made a comment in a thread that they thought you sounded better on Afterlife than any of the other tracks on WDADU.  I responded by guessing that since you wrote the lyrics, you probably would have also written the vocal melody as well, and that if you did, you would have written more toward your strengths in terms of note choice, phrasing, etc., so it naturally would have sounded better than a vocal melody written by someone else.  Purely a guess on my part, but I thought I'd ask you directly to see whether there is any truth to my surmisings.

 75 
 on: March 12, 2010, 03:23:09 PM 
Started by lutima - Last post by Vlasto
they are quite solid as they play DT....

 76 
 on: March 04, 2010, 05:33:58 AM 
Started by lutima - Last post by ytsebitsyspider
So much good metal in europe...and not in Canada.

Sigh......


I bet that was a fun show.

 77 
 on: February 24, 2010, 05:24:21 PM 
Started by lutima - Last post by JLadino
Long live DOMINICI and DREAM THEATER! Grin

 78 
 on: February 24, 2010, 05:20:12 PM 
Started by JLadino - Last post by JLadino
I hope so. Undecided

 79 
 on: February 15, 2010, 01:59:06 PM 
Started by JLadino - Last post by JLadino
And actually I do vocals in my band, bass was my first instrument.

 80 
 on: February 09, 2010, 07:27:41 PM 
Started by JLadino - Last post by charliedominici
Well said, Matt!

CD

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