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Nosound announce new studio album ‘Afterthoughts’ featuring ex-Porcupine Tree drummer Chris Maitland1
Italian progressive rock band Nosound have announced their new studio album ‘Afterthoughts‘ which will be released in May on Kscope. Former Porcupine Tree and Blackfield drummer Chris Maitland contributes backing vocals and drums throughout. ‘Afterthoughts‘ is the Nosound’s fourth studio album, their first since 2009′s ‘A Sense Of Loss‘.
Steve Hogarth, lead singer of progressive rock band Marillion has confirmed via his Facebook page his intentions to tour with Richard Barbieri later this year. The tour will focus primarily on the duo’s recent album ‘Not The Weapon But The Hand‘ but the set will also contain music from Porcupine Tree, The H Band and Richard’s solo albums.
The tour dates will be announced very soon and will span the UK, France, Poland, Germany and Holland.
Kscope have released a new video which features Steven Wilson’s ghost story ‘The Birthday Party’ in full, with an instrumental version of ‘The Watchmaker’ accompanying the text. The new album ‘The Raven That Refused To Sing (and other stories)‘ will be released next Monday, and Steven will be attending signing sessions around the UK before the tour kicks off in Manchester on 1st March. For more information, see Steven’s official website, here.
Drummer World have just released a long 45 minute interview with Gavin Harrison, filmed during Porcupine Tree’s The Incident Tour in 2010. You can watch the video below, and let us know what you think in the comments! Porcupine Tree recently released ‘Octane Twisted‘ a live document of The Incident Tour, which contains a live recording of disc one of ‘The Incident‘ in it’s entirety. You can buy the album from Porcupine Tree’s store on Burning Shed, here.
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!