DREAM THEATER: Authorized Book Available To Order
The authorized DREAM THEATER book "Lifting Shadows" will soon be available to order in a deluxe "Images and Words" special edition that includes a free CD of DREAM THEATER music. This limited edition comprises two hardback books that are held together in a slipcase.
The first of these books is entitled "Images" and is crammed with color photos of the band, previously unseen/unused album artwork, letters, press releases and a host of other memorabilia. Images is printed on luxury 130gsm art paper, measures 234 x 197mm and has around 192 pages.
The second book, "Words", contains the definitive biography of DREAM THEATER. It is printed on 80gsm paper, measures 234 x 153mm and has around 384 pages. The book features all new interviews with the band and a host of others who have played their part in the rise of one of prog-metals finest bands. The book's foreword has been written by Mike Portnoy. The book cover is to be designed by legendary rock artist Hugh Syme.
Read more at www.dreamtheater.net.
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