Steven Wilson - To Release Concert Film


Earlier this year, Steven Wilson announced that the show at Royal Albert Hall was being filmed for a future release. The result will be a concert film of the career-spanning To The Bone tour to be released in several formats later this year: Home Invasion: In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall.

Steven says: "Home Invasion captures the final night of my three night March 2018 residency at what is probably my favourite venue in the world, the Royal Albert Hall in London. The full performance is included, and it looks and sounds absolutely fantastic, everyone involved working incredibly hard to make this a really high quality release in all departments, and to capture the visual elements of the show (plus as you would expect with a show presented in quadraphonic sound audio options also include a surround sound mix). Bonus material consists of 3 additional songs not part of the main show (Routine, Hand Cannot Erase, and Heartattack in a Layby) filmed in the empty venue during the afternoon soundcheck, as well as interview/backstage footage. Over 3 hours of content in total."

Home Invasion: In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall will be released on 2nd November by Eagle Rock/Universal in a number of formats: Blu-ray, DVD, Blu-ray/2CD, DVD/2CD. A deluxe 5LP vinyl version will be released later on in March 2019.




Tracks:

01. Intro "Truth"
02. Nowhere Now
03. Pariah
04. Home Invasion / Regret #9
05. The Creator Has A Mastertape
06. Refuge
07. People Who Eat Darkness
08. Ancestral
09. Arriving Somewhere But Not Here
10. Permanating
11. Song Of I
12. Lazarus
13. Detonation
14. The Same Asylum As Before
15. Song Of Unborn
16. Vermillioncore
17. Sleep Together
18. Even Less
19. Blank Tapes
20. The Sound Of Muzak
21. The Raven That Refused To Sing




The CDs include the full soundtrack of the concert across 2 discs, while the fifth LP in the vinyl set additionally includes the 3 soundcheck songs as well as 3 songs taken from the previous night's performance (How is Your Life Today?, Blackfield, and Postcard), again none of which were performed during the filming and are therefore exclusive to the vinyl.

Blu-ray/DVD bonus features:
Rehearsal tracks (Routine, Hand Cannot Erase, Heartattack In A Layby), interview and backstage footage.

5LP vinyl exclusive tracks:
How Is Your Life Today?, Blackfield, Postcard.

Source: stevenwilsonhq.com
Band profile: Steven Wilson
 
Posted: 13.09.2018 by BloodTears


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13.09.2018 - 15:21
VIG
Esoteric Zachism
Taking after his ol' buddy Mikael, I see.
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13.09.2018 - 18:28
BloodTears
ANA-thema
Written by VIG on 13.09.2018 at 15:21

Taking after his ol' buddy Mikael, I see.


Because of the venue? Anyway, I see a few Porcupine Tree songs in there and I want this!
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.


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13.09.2018 - 20:05
VIG
Esoteric Zachism
Written by BloodTears on 13.09.2018 at 18:28

Because of the venue? Anyway, I see a few Porcupine Tree songs in there and I want this!


That, and just the fact that they are going to release live albums that are for basically better than their new material because it has older songs on it. Plus both do seem like a bit of a cash grab to me (this and the Red Rocks Opeth live album).
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14.09.2018 - 00:01
Lord Slothrop
What a great set list. Consider it bought.
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14.09.2018 - 10:20
The Scorpion
Y E S ! ! !
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14.09.2018 - 17:07
that guy
Written by VIG on 13.09.2018 at 15:21

Taking after his ol' buddy Mikael, I see.


I don't think so, it's a famous venue (or so I read), Marillion did the same thing recently (DVD and live album here)
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14.09.2018 - 18:04
BloodTears
ANA-thema
Written by VIG on 13.09.2018 at 20:05

Written by BloodTears on 13.09.2018 at 18:28

Because of the venue? Anyway, I see a few Porcupine Tree songs in there and I want this!


That, and just the fact that they are going to release live albums that are for basically better than their new material because it has older songs on it. Plus both do seem like a bit of a cash grab to me (this and the Red Rocks Opeth live album).


I might be biased but Wilson has been releasing live albums constantly with PT or his solo work pretty much every album or so. So, doesn't look like a cash grab to me, just something he does regularly.
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.


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