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Porcupine Tree


Heavy Prog

4.26 | 2620 ratings

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5 stars Fear of a Blank Planet by the British band Porcupine Tree was released in April of 2007 as the bands ninth studio album. Fear of a blank planet is a concept album that discusses dark subjects such as mental illness, drugs, apathy, neglectful parents, and other unfortunate truths in modern day society. The lyrical themes and music are very grungy at times while still containing a prog rock and metal base. Which is why I really like this album. The production is tight and heavy, the instrumentation is fantastic and unique, and there isn't a bad song on the album. I will rate this a 5/5 easily. Definitely an essential listen.
Lieutenant_Lan | 5/5 |


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