Behind The Song: Neal Morse Band: City of Destruction

Review Fix chats with Neal Morse Band frontman Neal Morse who discusses “City of Destruction,” a track off his newest album, “The Similitude of a Dream,” breaking down the creative process and goals for it.

Working again with former Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy, Morse lets us know why this is a special album for him. With over 30 years in music under his belt, it’s a bold statement to make, but with the album clocking in at over 100 minutes, it’s a hearty piece of progressive rock to say the very least.

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Behind The Song: Neal Morse Band: City of Destruction

 

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