04:42 - Ceddybu I feel like those cheese makers who spent like 100 years aging crazy cheeses to perfection are pretty pissed about the reputation their food has.
04:41 - Redn1ght The cheesyness was a fun factor for me. I want to listen to bands with some orchestral elements and heavy instruments. Anyone know something like this?
04:37 - BoxCar Willy Dawn of Victory is the only decent album they wrote. You could pour it on nachos tho, it's so cheesy.
04:37 - Ceddybu I was just kidding, cause you know power metal and everyone having a slave-era southerner brand of hatred towards it. Emerald Sword is a mighty song though. and their 2010 album was pretty good
04:33 - Troy Killjoy Just going by the stats on this site, no idea what any Rhapsody album sounds like.
Steven Wilson has recently revealed the new video for the song "Drive Home" directed by Jess Cope who previously directed the video for "The Raven That Refused To Sing" and Storm Corrosion's "Drag Ropes" as well. Watch the beautifully crafted video right here. The song is from his latest solo album The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories).
British progressive rock multi-instrumentialist Steven Wilson is pleased to announce that he and his band will be doing their first shows in Australia in early October. There will be three shows: in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. They will be performing material from his 3 solo releases, focusing predominantly on his latest album, The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories), released on February this year.
Prog genius Steven Wilson released his third solo album this year, The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories). He has been touring extensively in support of the record and has now released a live clip documenting the band's live performance in Frankfurt earlier this year playing the title track of the new album "The Raven That Refused To Sing". You can watch the clip right now.
Unsurprisingly, Steven Wilson has confirmed what most Porcupine Tree fans already suspected by now and became apparent for quite some time: his solo band is his priority at the moment and Porcupine Tree will have to wait until he has time to break out of their inactive state. The band is not over but at this time there are no plans to revive it.
Shortly after the release of his third solo album called The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories), Steven Wilson is set to embark on a world tour which will be split into two legs. The first leg covers UK and Europe whereas the second leg covers North America (including Mexico). The new album is due out on February 25th, 2013.
Progressive rock mastermind Steven Wilson, frontman of the renowned band Porcupine Tree and several other projects, has recently revealed the details of his third solo album called The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories).
Progressive/experimental rock artist Steven Wilson has released a video of the live performance of "Harmony Korine" as a preview for his upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray titled Get All You Deserve, which is set to be released on September 25th via Kscope. The two-hour long performance was recorded live in Mexico City on April 13th, 2012, at the Teatro Metropolitan. The special edition DVD/Blu-Ray/2 CD version is now available for pre-order here. You can watch the video below, directed by Lasse Hoile.
Porcupine Tree mainman Steven Wilson is what they call a busy man. Time for a little update on his current endeavors.
Most important points to remember: the mixing for the forthcoming Opeth album has been completed, and the much-anticipated collaboration project between Wilson and Opeth's Mikael Åkerfeldt - tentatively dubbed Storm Corrosion - has completed writing material for the debut album.
Here's the full update: "Last year was pretty much a year without any new music from me, I've been working very hard in the studio on various projects. Firstly, we finished mixing the incredible new Opeth album a few days ago, keep an eye on their website for details on that. Mikael and I also took the opportunity while he was here to finish writing our collaboration album - there's still a lot of recording work to do, but this should definitely be out in early 2012. The new Steven Wilson solo record is still on track for September release, and I think the next two King Crimson remixes (Lark's Tongues in Aspic and Starless and Bible Black) will be out around the same time. I'm now working on new stereo and 5.1 mixes of another very famous 70's progressive album for a deluxe reissue this year, can't say more about that just yet. Last but not least, over the last year I worked on and off on a new Bass Communion album called Cenotaph, which is a kind of sequel to Ghosts on Magnetic Tape - news on when this will be released when I have it. I think that's enough for now! Off on tour with Blackfield soon."
Drum & Bass/Electronica outfit Pendulum recently (as in: yesterday) released their third studio album Immersion, which features some very interesting guest appearances that might interest a few people around here.
It appears that the track "Self vs. Self" features In Flames vocalist Anders Fridén, guitarist Björn Gelotte and bassist Peter Iwers. Another track, entitled "The Fountain" features the vocals of Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree/Blackfield/OSI fame. Check out both tracks below, and let us know what you think!
Pendulum regularly appears on the Download and Reading Festivals, and is also lined up for 2 Sonisphere Festivals this year. More on Pendulum at MySpace.
Israeli metal band Orphaned Land have announced that Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree, Blackfield, No-Man, Bass Communion...) will produce their next album, entitled "The Never Ending Way of ORwarriOR".
Commented Orphaned Land vocalist Kobi Farhi: "We are a big fans of Steven's works, we are very much exited that we will work together and we are sure we will make an unforgettable album!"
Added Wilson: "I'm very happy to have the opportunity to work with Orphaned Land, one of the most unique and ambitious metal bands on the scene. I know we are going to make an extraordinary album together."
With regards to the next album's concept, Farhi had previously stated, "The next Orphaned Land album will deal with the war of light and darkness. We've dealt with this topic in the past, yet this time the emphasis will be on the hero of this war — The Warrior of Light (Lohem Ha'or in Hebrew).