Internationally renowned progressive rock band Dream Theater has launched brand new translated websites for its fans in four more countries. The band has launched translated websites for fans in Argentina, Israel, Italy, and Venezuela. Fans in each nation are the first of likely many more nations in bringing fans closer to the band by translating its news page into their own language. The push for broadening the fans’ inclusion started during the band’s tour in South America. Guitarist John Petrucci notes that many of the fans across the continent voiced the need for websites translated into their own language. “Our efforts to further unite our online international community have only just begun,” he said. “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.” Jordan Rudess (keyboards) added to Petrucci’s sentiment noting, “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.”
Anyone that is interested in working with Dream Theater to have the band’s news page translated for their country can contact the band online at http://www.facebook.com/dreamtheaterofficial. The band’s new translated news pages are just part of the band’s busy schedule. Dream Theater’s new live release, Live at Luna Park is set to be released May 2013. It will be released on a double-disc DVD set, Blu-ray, Digital Video, 2DVD/3CD set, Blu-ray/3CD set, and deluxe 2DVD/Blu-ray/3CD set. Fans can check out the trailer for the upcoming live release online now at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NndiL9seZSI.
Live at Luna Park was recorded over the course of two nights from the band’s South American tour. Petrucci shared his thoughts on the upcoming release, exclaiming how excited he and the others in the band are about this live recording. “This is without a doubt the closest a viewer at home will come to experiencing a live Dream Theater concert,” he said. “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.”
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