Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Letters From the Labyrinth


1. Time and Distance (The Dash)
2. Madness of Men
3. Prometheus
4. Mountain Labyrinth
5. King Rurik
6. Prince Igor
7. The Night Conceives
8. Forget About the Blame (Sun Version)
9. Not Dead Yet
10. Past Tomorrow
11. Stay
12. Not The Same
13. Who I Am
14. Lullaby Night
15. Forget About the Blame
16. A Mad Russian's Christmas (Live) (Amazon Bonus Track)

Line up:

Paul O'Neill - Guitars
Jon Oliva - Keyboards, Guitars, Bass
Al Pitrelli - Lead/Rhythm Guitars
Luci Butler - Keyboards
Chris Caffery - Guitars
Roddy Chong - Violin
Angus Clark - Guitars
Joel Hoekstra - Guitars
Mee Eun Kim - Keyboards
Vitalij Kuprij - Keyboards
Jane Mangini - Keyboards
Derek Weiland - Keyboards
Asha Mevlana - Violin
Johnny Lee Middleton - Bass
John O. Reilly - Drums
Jeff Plate - Drums
David Zablidowsky - Bass
Dave Wittman - Additional Guitar, Bass, Drums

Record Label / Year of Release:

Republic Records 2015


Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) is an American progressive metal band founded in 1993 by producer, composer, and lyricist Paul O'Neill, who brought together Jon Oliva and Al Pitrelli (both members of Savatage) and keyboardist and co-producer Robert Kinkel to form the core of the creative team. Since then, TSO sold more than 9 million concert tickets and over 8 million albums.

The band's musical style incorporates classical, orchestral, symphonic, and progressive elements into hard rock and heavy metal. The band has released a series of rock operas: Christmas Eve and Other Stories, The Christmas Attic, Beethoven's Last Night, The Lost Christmas Eve (the final installment of their Christmas trilogy), and their two-disc Night Castle. Trans-Siberian Orchestra is also known for their extensive charity work and elaborate concerts, which include an orchestra, a light show, lasers, pyrotechnics, moving trusses, video screens, and effects synchronized to music.

Letters From the Labyrinth is the sixth album by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. It was released on November 13, 2015. It is the band's first album since Night Castle in 2009. Unlike TSO's previous albums, Letters from the Labyrinth is not a rock opera, but rather a collection of songs on various subjects including bullying, banking, and the Berlin Wall.