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Porcupine Tree


Heavy Prog

4.26 | 2606 ratings

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5 stars Porcupine tree always uses different approaches to create their music. This time, they experimented severely, taking the approaches of In Absentia but adding a way different tone to it. The bass and guitar are more distorted, the drums are more intense and Richard's keyboard has never been better. The lyrics of Steven Wilson as usual exceeded expectations as this has to be the best lyrics he wrote in a while. Songs like Anesthetize makes you wonder in a complete void especially since it's long, while short songs like my ashes send you to a deep depressive mood. I love this album from start to finish. This is a true masterpiece from porcupine tree. They should have ended it here instead of releasing the incident later on. I truly wish Porcupine tree would rise again and play live this amazing masterpiece.
Egyptianprog-Fahmy | 5/5 |


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