Porcupine Tree was once again visiting NYC and while I would not be there personally, our esteemed colleague Skeleton Pete would be on point to let us all know how it went. This is one of the more interesting musical bands of our time and Wilson is an incredible composer, so the band is very worth catching. Peter’s report follows the logo.
Artist: Porcupine Tree
Venue: Nokia Theatre Times Square (New York, NY)
Opener: ProjecKt Six
Label: Roadrunner Records
If we take the word progressive in one of its oldest forms to mean, “Engaging in or constituting forward motion” then Porcupine Tree’s show at Nokia Theater in New York City on October 6, 2006 plants them firmly as the current epitome of a Progressive Rock band. While their current group of shows essentially supports the release of the DVD release documenting the “Deadwing” tour; the members of PT have chosen not to mimic that product but instead have taken the opportunity to open a door to their future by previewing as yet unrecorded material for their next CD (due in early 2007). Porcupine Tree are honing this material in an approximately ¾ hour long chunk opening their show.
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