Transatlantic plan 4th album
2013-03-30 by OmairSh | 13 Comments

After a 8 year hiatus the band released their 3rd studio album Whirlwind to mostly positive reviews. The band have decided to start working on the follow up with 3 members of the band recently touring together and sparking interest in the future of the band.

"We have set dates in May; and, my friends, it is actually happening! Before I left for the tour, and even just a few days ago, I have a lot of really strong prog music ideas that I’m really excited about presenting to the guys," says Neal Morse.

Morse believes that the album could be released next year.

http://www.progrockmag.com/news/transatlantic-plan-4th-album/

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JS19
March 31st 2013

4213 Comments


Transatlantic is best prog. Portnoy finally doing something useful with his talent.

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darkknight3993
March 31st 2013

25 Comments


I concur; totally thrilled to hear these guys are writing more music together.

SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
March 31st 2013

4400 Comments


Well, alright. I look forward to covering this.

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Mad.
March 31st 2013

3665 Comments


Still gotta check these guys out. Where to start?

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Hoppoman
March 31st 2013

634 Comments


Whirlwind, totally looking foward to this album. Portnoy is brilliant in this band

StallionMang
March 31st 2013

5369 Comments


Haven't really checked these guys out, but they're supposed to be really good. Their cover of Genesis's "Return of the Giant Hogweed" is phenomenal.

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OmairSh
March 31st 2013

10829 Comments


Portnoys drums sound at their very best on Whirlwind, plus he grooves on that record, much more emotive playing than in recent memory from him.

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Zeiu
March 31st 2013

148 Comments


Just started listening to Whirlwind, it's sounds all amazing but I wish the vocals would come in sometime soon.

OmairSh
March 31st 2013

10829 Comments


The instrumental section of the title track is incredible, the vocals will come soon enough, (spoiler alert) all 4 of them :D

Friday13th
March 31st 2013

2272 Comments


Band is great. Finally some good news.

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TheLodge
April 1st 2013

40 Comments


Well as long as they don't rush it... Despite being a prog band I think they could use some focus of their material. Just because they can fill up a CD doesn't mean they should, The Whirlwind was about 30 minutes too long.

OmairSh
April 1st 2013

10829 Comments


With MP, Roine Stolt and Neal Morse on board you know yuo can expect every bit of the CD to be filled

Jethro42
April 1st 2013

12381 Comments


Good news. Full of promising.



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