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Beautifully haunting

I use these 2 words to describe this album, because it is truly that. Dark, haunting, mellow and beautiful!

Incredible

Mikael Akerfeldt and Steven Wilson are respectively some of the finest musicians working today, not just in prog, but in all genres. They seem to effortlessly come up with fantastic songs and melodies every time. Storm Corrosion marks their first proper collaboration (on an album length scale). One wonders why it took them so long! This is a magical, ethereal, haunting, beautiful album. It does conjure up in one's mind some memories of their recent work (Opeth's Heritage, and Steven Wilson's last solo effort, Grace for Drowning) but there is something...new there as well. They've added a touch of folk music, and perhaps even a little inspiration from the realm of ambient music. The track Ljudet Innan brings to mind Sigur Ros; whereas Hag wouldn't sound out of place on 'Red'-era King Crimson. It might take you a few listens to fully grasp the scope of their achievement, but each fresh listen reveals nuances you didn't notice before. Thoroughly recommended.

Biography

Formed: 2010

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

A collaboration between Opeth's Mikael Åkerfeldt and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson, Storm Corrosion finds the two frontmen finally coming together to bring their creative might to bear on the music world. While the two have been admirers of each other's work and collaborators in the past, with Wilson producing some of Opeth's best albums (Blackwater Park, Deliverance, Damnation) and Åkerfeldt occasionally contributing guitar on Porcupine Tree albums, it wasn't until 2010 that the two were able to...
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