Akerfeldt/Wilson Collaborate

2011-09-26 by Jeremy Bentham | 65 Comments
Mikael Akerfeldt of Opeth and Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree have finally released details regarding their musical collaboration. The following was posted on Opeth's facebook:

The long awaited collaboration between Mikael Akerfeldt and Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) is finally being completed. The project goes under the name of 'Storm Corrosion' and will have a self-titled record out in April 2012 through a yet unnamed label. This album could be seen as the final part in the odd trilogy of records completed by "Heritage" and Steven Wilson's brand new solo album "Grace for Drowning". Read more on Steve Wilson's latest venture at gracefordrowning.com

www.facebook.com/Opeth?sk=wall&filter=2

Tagged: Opeth

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WintersD
September 26th 2011
41 Comments


Can't wait to hear this

rasputin
September 26th 2011
14800 Comments


an increasingly monotonous artist collaborates with the most boring of them all!

THIS IS GREAT NEWS

cvlts
September 26th 2011
9260 Comments


so much prog holy fuck 5/5

Digging: Magrudergrind - II

Titan50
September 26th 2011
4588 Comments


Read the title thinking it was Brian Wilson

foreverendeared
September 26th 2011
14678 Comments


...and so it begins

BassDemon333
September 26th 2011
3432 Comments


This should be very interesting

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
September 26th 2011
19742 Comments


Holy shit i can't wait to not listen to this!

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zxlkho
September 26th 2011
3486 Comments


This is going to be so fucking good. AOTY prediction for 2012.

Gmork89
September 26th 2011
6027 Comments


I don't know what to think anymore.

Nagrarok
September 26th 2011
8520 Comments


Well this is no surprise.

YouGotLucky
September 26th 2011
946 Comments


Hype

FilthyBorgir
September 26th 2011
1334 Comments


5/5

AngelofDeath
Emeritus
September 26th 2011
16159 Comments


I'll probably enjoy it.

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Parallels
September 26th 2011
8278 Comments


Finally a good collaboration

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Carnifex
September 26th 2011
1918 Comments


Goooooooooooooooooood

TheArkitecht
September 26th 2011
1673 Comments


I'm surprised this hasn't happened sooner, nevertheless I'm psyched for this. They're both fantastic musicians.

Yazz_Flute
September 26th 2011
18933 Comments


They've basically been doing this since Blackwater Park.

Ommushwo
September 26th 2011
113 Comments


why does every prog band have to come up with names like these? Still this and the new Tool album could make 2012 very interesting.

ManicDemise
September 26th 2011
445 Comments


This will be quite an intriguing listen.

MO
September 26th 2011
20286 Comments


"They've basically been doing this since Blackwater Park."

yea only now it more than likely won't revolve around metal in the slightest

Ending
September 26th 2011
2160 Comments


High hopes for this.

botb
September 26th 2011
10194 Comments


this will rules so

Ovrot
September 26th 2011
11626 Comments


But he is dead
how can he collaborate if he is dead?


hastapura
September 26th 2011
56 Comments


Excited, but "Storm Corrosion" sounds like some sub-Dream Theater bullshit.

crazyblinddude
September 26th 2011
3389 Comments


I guess they're gonna release some stuff now actually. Cool.

Josh D.
September 26th 2011
13981 Comments


Dumb name.

HeyBrosef
September 26th 2011
296 Comments


lol storm corrosion?

whywontyoudie
September 26th 2011
3064 Comments


could maybe be good, but yeah, dumb name

linchpin313
September 26th 2011
830 Comments


Hopefully this time he will use a good guitar tone.

TheArkitecht
September 26th 2011
1673 Comments


It could be interesting to see how this plays out considering how different Opeth's and Steven Wilson's have sounded compared to all their previous material.

TRMshadow
September 26th 2011
4983 Comments


'bout time

Ire
September 26th 2011
41866 Comments


gonna rule stfu fags

Ire
September 26th 2011
41866 Comments


nvm it is wilson so it will be 50% snooze

maybe 60%

Acre
September 26th 2011
847 Comments


Hopefully it's a little more Grace For Drowning, a little less Heritage.

Torii
September 26th 2011
824 Comments


is this prog?

IsPerv
September 26th 2011
68 Comments


If anything, betting it will be better than the Lou/Metallica collaboration.

Ire
September 27th 2011
41866 Comments


Hopefully it's a little more Grace For Drowning, a little less Heritage.


other way around, bro.

AngelofDeath
Emeritus
September 27th 2011
16159 Comments


123

Pulyx
September 27th 2011
24 Comments


Shit, i'm going to be 12 bucks poorer in april 2012.

paxman
September 27th 2011
4084 Comments


Hang on, gotta set an alarm on my phone for 2012--STORM CORROSION.

LaughingMan
September 27th 2011
19 Comments


They should get Jonas Renkse to do a guest spot.

Nikkolae
September 27th 2011
5013 Comments


so much prog holy fuck 5/5 [2]

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tiesthatbind
September 27th 2011
7381 Comments


This is gonna rule.

YouGotLucky
September 27th 2011
946 Comments


It's gonna be a hip hop album.

Wizard
September 27th 2011
20003 Comments


Could care less.

OneMoreRoland
September 27th 2011
1053 Comments


Will be hyped as Fuck... Will live up to hype.

STOKED

Epilogue
September 27th 2011
1688 Comments


i love how when the whole Wilson/Akerfeldt/Portnoy thing was just in talks people were like omfg yesss
and now that the (best...) part of that trio is doing something people are like omfg whyyy

jesus get a grip!

Flyboy
September 27th 2011
395 Comments


The original Storm Corrosion consisted of Akerfeldt, Wilson and Portnoy, but I think Portnoy dropped out. Hopefully Marco Minneman provided drums for the album seeing as he is friends with Wilson. This will be good nevertheless.

someguest
September 27th 2011
25608 Comments


you know the Ken Kaniff skit on the MMLP? that's what every song released by these two will sound like.

Megadeth
September 27th 2011
935 Comments


shut your dick

sleepyhead
September 27th 2011
593 Comments


listening to Grace for Drowning right now. if this collab is anywhere near that level i can't wait!

EyesWideShut
September 27th 2011
3664 Comments


Robert Fripp is gonna do some guest guitar riffs.. WATCH..

Nokterne
September 27th 2011
85 Comments


"Could care less."

...so you do care?

SmokingTheClouds
September 27th 2011
639 Comments


Was Portnoy not originally apart of this concept? What happened to his inclusion?

Name sounds in similar vein to "Liquid Tension Experiment". Ehh.

Makemebad35
September 27th 2011
797 Comments


Can't wait to hear this.

zaruyache
September 27th 2011
11443 Comments


I can wait to hear this.

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Nokterne
September 28th 2011
85 Comments


I can't wait to for everyone to claim how indifferent they are to this.

Collateral
September 28th 2011
69 Comments


I'm keen for this indeed!

beans
September 28th 2011
2332 Comments


Name makes it sound atrocious, stoked for this regardless though.

seifer
September 29th 2011
1006 Comments


wonder how will this turn out

Oathbreaker
September 29th 2011
1648 Comments


After Heritage sucking and grace being a huge letdown I'm not so eager to listen to this.

LongBeaver
October 3rd 2011
5 Comments


oh yes.


Motiv3
October 7th 2011
8960 Comments


Heritage was a borefest and Grace for Drowning was epic...who knows how this will turn out.

tornasshole
October 7th 2011
15 Comments


other way around nigger hater

op3th
February 12th 2012
2 Comments


can't wait



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