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This is an album that takes a little while to grow on you, like all good albums. I was a bit uncertain about it as a choice when you hear the words "atonal" and "discordant" bandied about regarding some of the ideas on it. And of course people were wondering what Wilson and Åkerfeldt would come up with together, and this was probably the least executed outcome, but all the better for it.

The music is of a sublime pastoral beauty in places, morphing into atonal sections that are pitched just right for dramatic effect and don't outstay their welcome, but the really do add to the experience, that takes some doing (speaking as a musician, myself). If you like "Grace for Drowning" and "Heritage", then you will (or should) like this album, which stands up on its own right.


This album took very long to digest. However, if you let yourself go into the music and overall atmosphere of the album it will most likely grow on you!

Really? More crap from Akerfelt.

Well he`s finally lost it. First a terrible album from Opeth called Heritage. And now this, which is even worse.
Akerfelt has finally gone completely bonkors and i certaintly wont buy anything else from him until he sorts it out!


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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