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  1. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    So, dude bolted a string to a couple trees, grabbed a pickup, and started plucking :lol:
  2. General Music Discussion
    These guys are friends of mine, but also a really solid doom band. I may not know much about the genre, but I know the singer knows doom inside and out, and I know this whole album rules. Turn it up loud. Video Premiere: Yeti On Horseback's "Tree of Death" â€" Decibel Magazine
  3. Guitar: Instrument Discussion
    How did this inlay first come about? I have a feeling it was introduced with the Jem at some point, but maybe some of you Ibby fanatics can clarify. It's not important. Just curious about it, really. :lol:
  4. General Music Discussion
    Way better than I expected it to be.
  5. Guitar: Gear Discussion
    And i couldn't be happier with the sound of it :flex: Signal is: Guitar > Korg DTR1000 > Presonus studio channel > Rocktron Chameleon > Carvin TS100 > London City 4*12 The studio channel acts pretty much like a boost pedal that adds some tube sound. The cool thing is that it's set up now so...
  6. General Music Discussion
    They keep mentioning "mob rule" Of course I gotta post this. :dio:
  7. Science 101 with Leon
    This is pretty slick. :yesway:
  8. General Music Discussion
    And I just got my ticket! :yesway: Fucking hell YEAH! :D
  9. General Music Discussion
    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:
  10. General Music Discussion
    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: strangeletter I stumbled...
  11. General Music Discussion
    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...
  12. General Music Discussion
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16) 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...
  13. General Music Discussion
    Anyone going? I'm probably going and meeting up with a buddy who lives in TO now. Porcupine Tree tickets Sound Academy Toronto, ON, Directions, seating chart. Official Ticketmaster site.
  14. General Music Discussion
    Maybe I'm crazy, but this is really freaking cool. Music from a Tree on the Behance Network
  15. General Music Discussion
    I can't find the info on their site at all; does anyone know who (if any) is opening for them on this leg of the tour?
  16. General Music Discussion
    This is Trains performed by an a cappella group. It doesn't really compare to the original, but it's interesting.
  17. General Music Discussion
    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...
  18. Art, Movies, Books, TV & Media
    The Bonsai Tree My sister said I needed a hobby. She said it's not healthy to work eight-hour days in a cubicle under florescent lights staring at a computer screen and coming home to watch late-night TV alone eating stale pizza. Maybe she's right. I used to play online poker, at least...
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