Tag: Porcupine Tree

Hooray And Thanksgivings For The Good Shit

You don’t need us to tell you what kind of year 2020 has been. It’s not like this misery came out of nowhere, but 2020 upped the shit-ante like shit-Batman smashing the shit-vase. With this

John Ray’s Top 20 Of 2009

First, my apologies for being so late with this.  Thing is, I spent the last couple of weeks battling an upper respiratory infection and simultaneous nasal staph infection.  If you’ve never had the pleasure of

Last Rites’ Best Of 2009 – Combined Staff List

2009 will go down as one of the busiest years in heavy metal history. An incredible number of must-hear albums were released, making this one of the most hotly-contested compilations in recent memory. Painstakingly selected by the

Porcupine Tree – The Incident Review

So, what were you expecting from the new Porcupine Tree release? Based on the last few albums, it would have been safe to assume that the band would continue on its most successful formula to

00s Essentials – Volume Two

Welcome back to Metal Review’s 100 Most Essential Albums of the 00s. Volume 2 features a pair of landmark doom releases, the glorious return of an epic metal legend, some widely varying interpretations of prog,

Porcupine Tree – Nil Recurring Review

Originally written by Keith Fox. I loved Fear of a Blank Planet when it came out last spring. I still do. I find the album incredibly moving, even lyrically, and musically I think it’s wonderfully complex while being just

Porcupine Tree – Fear Of A Blank Planet Review

Originally written by Jon Eardley There was a thread posted recently on the MetalReview.com forum that talked about getting “burnt out on metal”…basically, does it happen to you, and if so how do you cope?

Porcupine Tree – Deadwing Review

If you’ve been a metal fan at any point during this millennium, chances are good you’ve heard of Porcupine Tree. Chances are equally good that you’ve also heard them, whether you found them on their