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Pre-orders are now live for Steven Wilson’s highly anticipated third studio album ‘The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories)‘. There are four different editions available – CD/DVD-V, standalone Blu-ray, 2LP vinyl and a lavish 4-disc hardback book deluxe edition. The deluxe edition contains the album on CD, DVD-V and Blu-ray and it also comes with a bonus CD containing demo versions for all six tracks plus one bonus track ‘Clock Song’.
The Blu-ray has high resolution 96K/24bit stereo, 96/24 instrumental versions, a 5.1 surround sound mix also at 96/24, photo galleries and additional artwork, and a studio documentary filmed by Lasse Hoile. Clips from this documentary can be seen on Steven’s YouTube channel, here. Let us know what edition you like the best in the comments!
SW to release ‘The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories)’ in February 2013, limited deluxe, CD, double vinyl and Blu-ray editions also announced1
Steven Wilson has updated his new website with the press release regarding his upcoming solo album, now officially titled ‘The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories)’. The new record, which Steven recorded in Los Angeles with Alan Parsons in September, will be released on CD, double vinyl and Blu-ray on 25th February 2013.
A limited special edition will also be made available, in the form of a 4 disc, 128 page hardback book containing lyrics and ghost stories, illustrated by Hajo Mueller. The album’s cover (also by Hajo Mueller) has been revealed, which is the same piece of artwork featured on the UK tour poster, which was unveiled last week. The album’s tracklist was also featured as part of the press release, along with the individual track times.
Pre-orders for the new album will go live on Burning Shed and on Steven’s Headphone Dust online store very soon. We’ll update you once we have more information. Let us know what you think of the album cover and tracklist!
The day has finally come – Porcupine Tree have released ‘Octane Twisted‘ a new live album, which documents a performance of ‘The Incident’ in it’s entirety recorded live in Chicago. But that’s not all, the set also includes four extra songs from the same Chicago show, plus highlights from the band’s epic Royal Albert Hall gig in October 2010.
Burning Shed are selling an exclusive limited edition with a bonus DVD, which contains a concert film of ‘The Incident’. Below is a clip of ‘I Drive The Hearse’ taken from the bonus DVD, along with photo gallery of the (Burning Shed exclusive) 2CD/DVD packaging. If you haven’t already, get your copy here!
No-Man’s lead singer Tim Bowness has confirmed in an interview with Progressive Rock Magazine that the band are ‘hoping to play one new song, which we finished in rehearsals this week’. No-Man have been working on the follow up to 2008′s ‘Schoolyard Ghosts’ for a while now, but no release date has been announced. In order to promote the recently released live album ‘Love and Endings‘ the band are going out and touring the UK and Europe next week. You can buy tickets from No-Man’s official website, here.
“We’ve rehearsed all the material from Love And Endings, plus quite a few more pieces, several of which have never been played lived before. We’ll be performing a full 90-minute show, but have about two hours of material at our disposal. The set list spans the band’s entire existence, from our late 1980s studio experiments through to our recent Kscope label releases.” – Tim Bowness
In case you missed it when it was streamed early on MusicRadar.com, here is the full high definition version of ‘Luminol’ taken from Steven Wilson’s new DVD/Blu-ray ‘Get All You Deserve‘. The new high def audio visual set contains the complete concert on Blu-ray, DVD and the audio is spread across 2 CD’s. You can pre-order the set from Burning Shed, here. ‘Luminol’ will appear on Steven Wilson’s as of yet untitled third solo album, due for release early next year.