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Porcupine Tree message
Latest News - Music News
Monday, 16 October 2006
Message from PORCUPINE TREE posted on their official website as well as on MySpace:
"Porcupine Tree would like to thank all those that came to the shows on our September - October tour. We met many long-term fans once again, but also a large number of people seeing the band for the very first time. In fact it proved to be the most successful tour of the band's career, with most shows - including the entire US leg - sold out. We were particularly happy with the reaction to the new material. This was a bit of a experiment for us, and we had certaiinly not expected such a large chunk of unfamiliar material to be so well received, which bodes very well for the next album.

Also unexpected was the demand for the merchandise - despite re-ordering several times throught the tour, we still had a few nights when we were out of stock of some items completely, so sorry about that. For those that missed out on the new t-shirts there is going to be a small run specifically made to sell through the PT store, so keep an eye out for those.

Now it's time for the band to enter the studio to start recording the now road-tested new material (as well as some other pieces we didn't play this time). There should be regular updates as things progress. See you in the Spring!"

Last Updated ( Monday, 16 October 2006 )
Pendragon dates
Latest News - Concert News
Monday, 16 October 2006
We wanted to let you know that Pendragon will be playing at Poppodium Plato in Helmond on November 10th. This gig has just been confirmed, the guys are promising a very special evening and are very excited about this new show!

It's been a very busy year for Pendragon, with a mammoth tour in the Spring, a new DVD And Now Everybody To The Stage just released, and the 21st Anniversary of The Jewel about to be celebrated! Other concerts coming up are 9/11/06 @ Salle Doumer, Marcq en Baroeul (Lille) and 11/11/06 Prog Rock Fest, Bunde, Germany

Hope to see you all in Helmond!!!!
9th November 2006 - Salle Doumer, Marcq en Baroeul, Lille
10th November 2006 - Poppodium Plato, Helmond
11th November 2006 - Prog Rock Fest, Bunde, Germany
Last Updated ( Monday, 16 October 2006 )
Arjen Lucassen update
Latest News - Music News
Monday, 16 October 2006
ARJEN LUCASSEN: The following is an update on Ayreon mastermind Arjen Lucassen's current activities issued by his manager:
"At last my friends, good news!

The studio at Arjen's new home is finished. It is completely soundproof. All the wires are in place. All machines are hooked up. And everything works! Phew. It is still a bit strange, because the 'feeling' is so different from the previous studio, but I'm sure Arjen will get used to it soon enough.

Arjen has, in fact, plugged in the old, old analogue synths (and even the digital one). Unfortunately a few of the analogue synths are still roaming around in the Netherlands as they've been lent to other musicians. The same is actually true for some of the guitars. But... it hasn't stopped Arjen from embarking on a new composition for a new album. And no, I am not going to tell you anything... No, you can't make me. Not going to happen. I'm silent. Not a peep out of me (but it's 'progressing' nicely ;-)).

In the ArjenLucassen store we've added a few new things: singles! Over the past year or so we've gotten quite a few request for the singles that don't seem to be as available as you would like. So for a limited time only, this is the time to complete the Ayreon and Stream of Passion collection. Check the store here.

In the mean time Stream of Passion (and Arjen, of course) is getting ready to hit Mexico City for a one-off gig (October 14th). Anathema is headlining, but Stream of Passion will still be playing a long set (so it is kinda sorta like double headlining). There may be more concerts lining up in the future, but nothing is clear yet - there are too many factors to consider - suffice to say: "they're looking into it". When this Mexican concert opportunity came along, it was too good to pass up - giving the Mexican band members a chance to finally perform for a Mexican audience.

We've been getting questions about whether the band will be available for a meet and greet, and the answer is: not directly after the concert. Security is a real fun-breaker here, but the band can't help it.

That is all for now again!"

Last Updated ( Monday, 16 October 2006 )
Magenta to Nearfest 2007
Latest News - Concert News
Monday, 16 October 2006
We are very pleased to announce that the British sextet Magenta, without question one of the best "newer" bands in the symphonic progressive arena, will be performing on the Saturday slate of NEARfest 2007. Centered around the multi-keyboard attack of band founder Rob Reed and the soaring and emotive vocals of Christina Booth, Magenta's music is evocative of a hybrid of Yes and Renaissance textures, updated for the 21st century with an aggressive guitar and rhythmic edge. Their new release "Home", a concept-themed work about the conflicting emotions of a young female British emigreé to the USA, along with its EP companion "New York Suite", have cemented their international reputation and proven a very strong seller for their independent F2 Music label. Magenta has also garnered well-deserved accolades for their extremely strong live performances at festivals and prog showcases around the world. Be sure not to miss Magenta's stirring performance at NEARfest 2007!
Last Updated ( Monday, 16 October 2006 )
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