DREAM THEATER LAUNCHES MUSICAL VIDEO FOR “INVISIBLE MONSTER”
As the expectation grows for the release of their 15e studio album, GRAMMY Nominated Progressive Music Titans Selling Millions Dream Theater release the music video for the first official single “Invisible Monster”. The song is from their upcoming album InsideOutMusic / Sony Music A view from the top of the world Worldwide release scheduled for October 22sd. The new track arrives at 6:27 am and showcases the musicianship and creativity that have drawn fans to the band around the world. Video for the song was produced by William “Wombat” Felch (Mudvayne, HellYeah, Crobot, Static-X, Nefariant) and follows the story of an artist’s internal struggles as the group is introduced performing. the piece. The artwork created by Felch in the video now lives inside the DTHQ.
“It was written after we wrote a bunch of material. Much of the music was super energetic and upbeat about the tempo. Mike suggested we do something a little different though. So we started to work on a more mid-temp song. The hook, the riff and the melody changed so naturally. I assimilate it to “Pull me under” back when we were starting to play, something was coming out, and we’d be like, ‘Whoa, that’s cool’. There is a fortuitous moment when this happens. Lyrically, it’s about how anxiety plagues people. It’s like there is an invisible monster beating you. You don’t see it, but it haunts you all the time, ”says John Petrucci.
Dream Theater recently posted an in-depth behind-the-scenes interview about making A top view of the world. The Interview is a 3-part docuseries hosted by ProgReport Editor-in-Chief, Roie Avin, as he interviews the band about the creation of the new album. The interview takes place at the group’s new headquarters, DTHQ, the space where the group recorded their latest album. Part 2 of the interview will be released on September 29e and the final part will be released on October 10e.
The first part of the interview is now live and can be seen here: https://youtu.be/vCoiAWQigP4.
Additionally, an animated video for the opening of the album “The Alien” (viewed over 1.4 million times) which arrives at 9:32 am was released last month and can be viewed here: https: // youtu. be / V462IsOV3js.