3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Give this album time and you'll reap the rewards,
This review is from: In Absentia (Audio CD)
This album has the classic sound of porcupine tree in the likes of trains, gravity eyelids, prodigal and heartattack in a layby, but they have undergone a metamorphosis from the left wing of experimental rock to a more mainstream metal sound. Blackest eyes, wedding nails and the creator has a mastertape the obvious changes. Due to the addition of this new style there is something for everyone on the album. The only word of advice would be to really get into it before you judge it, it really is an incredible album.