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Storm Corrosion, the collaboration project between Opeth's Mikael Akerfeldt and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson, has announced that it has signed on with Roadrunner Records. The label will release the duo's self-titled debut album on April 24th. The following press released was issued by Roadrunner Records.
"Roadrunner Records is pleased to announce the signing of Storm Corrosion.
Storm Corrosion is the long-discussed and highly anticipated collaboration between two of the modern progressive rock scene’s most innovative and multi-talented artists: Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth and Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson. The pair will release Storm Corrosion on April 24 via Roadrunner Records.
A little background information on the genesis of this project: Åkerfeldt and Wilson have been friends since the late ’90s, when Wilson co-produced Opeth’s revered Blackwater Park album. Over the years, they’d often spoken of working on a project together, but it wasn’t until recently that they managed to make something happen, when Mikael flew over to visit Steven in the U.K. and they ended up in Wilson’s home studio throwing ideas around. That visit was the nascence of a whole self-titled album, written and produced by the pair, and mixed by Wilson. More...
Porcupine Tree vocalist and guitarist Steven Wilson has announced that he will be canceling several of his forthcoming tour dates with his Blackfield side project. The cancellation, which currently includes four of the band's upcoming stops, is due to the passing of Steven Wilson's father. Wilson posted a short statement online which reads:
"Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago and Vancouver are all also definitely cancelled. My apologies to all those who bought tickets or made travel arrangements to come to these concerts, I hate doing this, but the circumstances are exceptional. As soon as I know when the tour can resume I will let you know."
All of us at Metalunderground.com offer our condolences to the Wilson family.
Porcupine Tree frontman Steven Wilson is preparing to embark on a 2011 World Tour under the collaboration name Blackfield. Blackfield is the progressive rock project between Wilson and Israeli rock icon Aviv Geffen. The band will be touring in support of its new album, titled "Welcome to my DNA," which will be released on March 28, 2011 though Atlantic Records/Snapper Music. You can view the full list of dates, cities and venues below:
1st April - Tel Aviv - Reading 3, ISRAEL
6th April - Leamington - Assembly, ENGLAND
7th April - Manchester - Academy 2, ENGLAND
8th April - London - Shepherd’s Bush Empire, ENGLAND
10th April - Amsterdam - Paradiso, NETHERLANDS
12th April - Hamburg - Markthalle, GERMANY
13th April - Berlin - C-Club, GERMANY
14th April - Warsaw - Progresja Club, POLAND
15th April - Krakow - Studio Club, POLAND
17th April - Munich - Ampere, GERMANY
18th April - Pratteln - Z7, SWITZERLAND
19th April - Milan - Magazzini Generali, ITALY
20th April - Rome - Alpheus ITALY
21st April - Treviso - New Age, ITALY
23rd April - Karlsruhe - New Substage, GERMANY
24th April - Frankfurt - Batschkapp, GERMANY
25th April - Bochum - Matrix, GERMANY
26th April - Cologne - Stollwerck, GERMANY
28th April - Antwerp - Trix Hall, BELGIUM
29th April - Trianon - Paris, FRANCE
18th May - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club, USA
19th May - Philadelphia, PA - Theater of the Living Arts, USA
20th May - New York, NY - Irving Plaza, USA
21st May - Boston, MA - Royale Boston, USA
23rd May - Montreal, QC - Le National, CANADA
25th May - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues, USA
26th May - Detroit, MI - St Andrew's Hall, USA
27th May - Chicago, IL - Park West, USA
30th May - Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre, CANADA
31st May - Seattle, WA - Studio Seven, USA
1st June - Portland, OR - Aladdin Theater, USA
3rd June - San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall, USA
4th June - Los Angeles, CA - El Rey Theatrer, USA
6th June - Mexico City, MEX - Metropolitan Theater, MEXICO
Porcupine Tree frontman Steven Wilson is preparing to release his third album under the collaboration name Blackfield. Blackfield is the progressive rock project between Wilson and Israeli rock icon Aviv Geffen. The new album, titled "Welcome to my DNA," will be released on March 28, 2011 though Atlantic Records/Snapper Music and will be fully supported by a European and United States tour. "Welcome to my DNA" is the follow up to 2007's "Blackfield II."
More information on the new album can be found at this location.
Porcupine Tree mainman Steven Wilson is preparing to release his third album under the collaboration name Blackfield. Blackfield is the project between Wilson and Israeli rock icon Aviv Geffen. The new album, titled "Welcome to my DNA," will be released in late March of 2011 though Atlantic Records/Snapper Music and will be fully supported by a European and United States tour. "Welcome to my DNA" is the follow up to 2007's "Blackfield II."
Liverpool doomsters ANATHEMA have posted the following update on their official website:
“Music For Nations, Anathema's record label, has officially closed it's doors due to takeovers involving Zomba and Sony-BMG. We are now out of contract and currently considering new offers. Any companies wishing to contact us about our current situation can reach us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that we will be playing a special acoustic show at London's Mean Fiddler as special guests to BLACKFIELD, a new project featuring Steven Wilson of PORCUPINE TREE and Aviv Geffen. The show will take place on the 10th of September. Tickets are now available from ticketmaster."
The band has confirmed two more live shows by the end of this year:
1/10 at Beyoglu Music Hall (Yenimelek) in Istanbul, Turkey
2/10 at Beyoglu Music Hall (Yenimelek) in Istanbul, Turkey