New Album. Or Something Like That.
Ironically, the Emperor of the contemporary Progressive Rock is daring the game with the rest of the ramp: STEVEN WILSON has announced on Wednesday the release of a new album with the title “4½”. In addition to the expected Songwriting Remnants of the last highly acclaimed “Hand. Cannot. Erase.” the Jack of all trades in addition, an unpublished Song from the creative phase of the ' 70s-Prog-reminiscence “The Raven That Refused To Sing” to the country. Also PORCUPINE TREE Fans should again get a little salt in the wound, because as a final treat, the disc is decorated with a new recording, “Don't Hate Me” from “Stupid Dream” (1999).
In addition to Wilson's proven all-star cast of Adam Holzman, Nick Beggs, Guthrie Govan and Marco Minnemann, as well as the Live musicians Dave Kilminster, Craig Blundell and Chad Wackerman has also managed the Israeli singer Ninet Tayeb again on a Wilson plate.
“4 ½ ” appears on the 22. January 2016 and can be pre-ordered now.
As for the cooperation with Tayeb came, and to what extent Wilson a future with PORCUPINE TREE for possible holds, and by the way, in the (almost) current Interview.