Tried starting with In Absentia and really liked Trains (of course), but had a really hard time getting into the rest of the album. What should I try next? Think I liked Trains because it was a little bit darker, but without going fully into YOU WILL BE SAD NOW territory, if that makes sense...
The World Premiere of Porcupine Tree's 'Bonnie The Cat' || Roadrunner Records
Interesting. Well done, I like it. Almost a little too much like Tool's videos, what with the stop-motion and all that, but...it works. :shrug:
I posted this on ss.org, but like most "I'ma suggestin' a band no one's ever heard of" threads, it got pretty much ignored over there. I figured I'd put them up here as well. Let the thread die if you so please, I thought they deserved the chance, though: :shrug:
Alright, so just got back home from Toronto, and I must say, this was a top-5 (maybe even top-3) show for me. Incredible show, Porcupine Tree played for just under 2.5 hours, and at $35 a ticket, that's fucking awesome.
The opening act was Bigelf. I really liked their set. Very much a 70s...
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Went to the Chicago show last night. Spot on, Steven and Co. Were just excellent. Definitely one of the best live bands I've seen...
Yep, someone brought Bloodbath's "The Fathomless Mastery" and Porcupine Tree's "Lightbulb Sun" to demo some speakers. Gotta say, both sounded amazing cranking through even our most basic speakers, and it was really cool to hear loud death metal at work :lol:
Now I'm checking out more Bloodbath...
I have been rockin to these guys lately. I guess that could be classified as Prog Rock or Jam Band-ish.
Fav CDs are:
Fear of a Black Planet
Check em out if you guys are looking for some new tunes to listen to :yesway: