Marillion's New Album May Remind Fans Of Early Material


(Prog) Marillion frontman Steve Hogarth says he thinks their upcoming 18th album FEAR (F Everyone And Run) could be regarded as a landmark achievement for the band.

The follow-up to 2012's Sounds That Can't Be Made is set for release on September 23. And the frontman reckons the new material could even remind fans of the band's early records. Hogarth says: "I think this album, in a strange way, is going to remind people of Brave, it might even remind people of very early Marillion.

"It's still the band doing what the band does. It's very rich musically. Maybe they'll look back on this one as being one of those landmarks like people think of Misplaced Childhood as a landmark, that they maybe think of Brave as a landmark and how they think of Marbles." Read more here.

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