Dream Theater Turn to Fans to Help Create Translated News Pages
As a global band, Dream Theater want fans all over the world to be able to read the latest news about the group in their own languages. To help accomplish that, they are asking for help creating translated versions of the Dream Theater news page.
While on tour recently in South America, guitarist John Petrucci says he heard from a number of fans about the need for an official Dream Theater connection. "Our efforts to further unite our online international community have only just begun," Petrucci says. "We are very fortunate to have so much incredible support and devotion from fans in many different countries around the world, and we hope that more and more fan communities will participate in this ongoing endeavor. We look forward to hearing from fans interested in having the news page translated for their countries."
The effort is already under way with local news pages being created for Argentina, Israel, Italy and Venezuela. Keyboardist Jordan Rudess says, "We are excited to be working with these first four fan sites, and can't wait for others from around the world to reach out to us on Facebook."
As the band continues to work on the follow-up to 2011's 'A Dramatic Turn Of Events,' a live Dream Theater CD/DVD/Blu-ray is slated for release in May. 'Live At Luna Park' was filmed in South America.
“This is without a doubt the closest a viewer at home will come to experiencing a live Dream Theater concert,” states Petrucci. “Between the hi-def and 3D video, the huge audio mix and the documentary style behind the scenes footage, you are truly transported to the arena and completely immersed in the entire live experience.”
The concert will be released in a variety of formats, including 2 DVDs, Blu-ray, Digital Video, 2 DVDs / 3 CDs, Blu-ray / 3 CDs and a deluxe edition with 2 DVDs, 3 CDs and Blu-ray.
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