Riding high on the success of their 1996 album Signify, Porcupine Tree achieved their first 'break' when Italian station Radio Rock playlisted "Radioactive Toy" & invited the band over to Rome to the largest audience they had played for. Returning to the city near the end of the ensuing European tour, the band recorded performances over three nights creating their first ever official live album, Coma Divine. This edition of the album features bonus tracks not included on the original 1997 CD release, including the early classics, "Radioactive Toy" & "Up The Downstair" & documents the turning point in a band that soon became pivotal to the prog rock scene. It will be released a mid-price double CD presented in a 6-panel digipack packaging.
Following the now sold-out first box set of Porcupine Tree's Delerium Years, & the near sold-out second box set, Kscope are re-releasing the band's records from the era including Coma Divine. This re-issue uses Steven Wilson's remaster from 2012 & a 4-page accompanying booklet.