Exclusive: Dream Theater’s James LaBrie Premieres New Solo Album, Impermanent Resonance

Dream Theater vocalist James LaBrie released his third solo album, Impermanent Resonance, today, and he has teamed with Revolver to premiere the full record right here right now.

LaBrie says of the album, “To me, this album incorporates and continues with the styles and musical direction that we have created with the previous releases. The difference being that the music on this disc is to me a true telling of the songs evolving and taking on a sense of identity that is every band’s ultimate goal. It is powerful, memorable, hook-driven and above all extremely musical. It shows how the writing and the band itself have matured. I truly feel that this is our quintessential album.”

Impermanent Resonance is available right here. For more on James LaBrie, visit Facebook.com/OfficialJamesLabrie and JamesLabrie.com.

James LaBrie – Album Stream by Inside Out Music


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  • GerGM

    Love it. Buying this album in 3, 2, 1…

  • Splinter76

    Freaking awesome.

  • JLBfan

    Liking this more than Static Impulse….more melodic…..really like it!

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  • executioner341

    Awesome new album! m/ m/

  • MetalGod

    Incredible album!! The best of 2013!

    I didn’t expect too much really but…a great (and good) surprise m/

  • miroslaf

    Bravo, James! I Like You!

  • Heavy Metal Boner

    Wait a tick… I was NOT expecting this… who is doing the screams?

    • Alex

      The drummer, Peter Wildoer did the all the awesome screams.

  • DTFan4Ever

    incredible album, nothing less than what I would expect from one of Prog’s greatest vocalists….favorite track on entire album has to be “Amnesia” followed by “I Got You”.
    rest of the album is mind blowing in terms of playability and musicianship….James, keep this exact lineup forever, you couldn’t find better for your vocal style if you had to. Rock On !

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  • Jeremy Cox

    I have to admit, I prefer his solo stuff over DT, and i love DT. Elements I still consider one of the best hard rock albums. Masterwork.

  • GuestJLB

    Nice album, even if the first one is the best JLB has done as a solo artist. Sfogli still rocks like few others, what a great axe-man he is…well done, Italian comrade.