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  1. Oct 30,  · Storm Corrosion is the long-awaited collaborative project from Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson and Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt—but you might not guess it from listening to this debut album. Rather than playing the progressive metal associated with those bands, the duo crafts dark, cinematic orchestral music closer to the experimentation of.
  2. Nov 12,  · Storm Corrosion is the long-awaited collaborative project from Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson and Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt—but you might not guess it from listening to this debut album. Rather than playing the progressive metal associated with those bands, the duo crafts dark, cinematic orchestral music closer to the experimentation of.
  3. STORM CORROSION is the long-discussed and highly anticipated collaboration between two of the current music scene's most innovative and multi-talented artists; Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson and Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth. The pair have been friends since the early '00s, when Wilson co-produced Opeth's revered 'Blackwater Park' album.
  4. Apr 10,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Storm Corrosion on Discogs. Label: Roadrunner Records - RR,Roadrunner Records - RR • Format: CD Album Blu-ray Multichannel All Media Digipak • Country: UK, Europe & US • Genre: Rock • /5().
  5. May 01,  · Artist: Storm Corrosion Album: Storm Corrosion Released: Style: Progressive Rock Format: MP3 Kbps / FLAC Size: Mb. Tracklist: 01 – Drag Ropes 02 – Storm Corrosion 03 – Hag 04 – Happy 05 – Lock Howl 06 – Ljudet Innan 07 – Drag Ropes (demo) 08 – Hag (demo) DOWNLOAD LINKS: RAPIDGATOR: DOWNLOAD. FLAC ( Mb): RAPIDGATOR.
  6. Opeth frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson bring their prog powers as a duo on the self-titled debut of their new project, Storm stupecdeshustdenlind.wabnostneltagsgasidedenbuconkinghind.infoinfome admirers and musical collaborators, with Wilson acting as producer on some of Opeth's groundbreaking albums and Åkerfeldt appearing on some Porcupine Tree tracks, it was only a matter of time before these two made the jump.

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