Val CordovaThank you sirs for a fabulous show in SF last night. My wife is now a believer. I hope they turn Pete up just a little more.15 hours ago · 4
Dana HenricksonYes, yours was a great show and loved the 'wicket' solo during the encore! Your fans were at their loyal best, and it's my privilege to count myself among them. Bravo, gents!13 hours ago
Paul SwietekIncredible gig! I've been waiting so long to see you; it was truly a privilege. I was impressed by how well the new material took center stage, and flowed brilliantly with older classics. Thank you all so much; please come again!
This Strange Engine as an encore? That was out of this world... ;)15 hours ago · 8
Corinne JohnsonIt was great to return to my childhood haunts to see one or the best live shows I have ever been to. So worth the flight from Alaska. Love you.15 hours ago · 2
Tomasz PawlikowskiI will be seing you guys 4th time! Moved to california from Poalnd and now you guys are doing Marillion weekend in Poland :). I am soooo looking forward to hear you again! Hopefully you will play similar LOOOOOONG set to Italy :).14 hours ago · 3
Kirsten PloogHappiness is the road! You really are the leavers but also the best live band ever. Looking forward to seeing you in Poland and Berlin next year. Yeah, I know you won't reply.😉💋15 hours ago · 3
Gary GersonFantastic first gig in San Francisco. On my way home from Houston. Only thing missing that I didn't miss...Fish era! Bravo15 hours ago · 4
Kristi GarrisonYou sounded brilliant last night ... haven't been able to see you since 1997 at the Fillmore! Love all your material, and started listening to you in the 80's. In a 2+ hour set, would like to have heard just a couple of songs from before 1995. Especially that one song that our daughter is named after...11 hours ago · 1
Magdalena CzarneckaThis will be 4th Marillion concert for me (all previous were in Poland) and I just can't wait to see (and hear) You guys again - this time in LA!15 hours ago · 1
Larry DespositoMaybe next time ya'll come across the pond you could look into the gulf coast? Have a great show in L.A. I guess I can put in one of my Blu-rays and pretend I'm in L.A......lol14 hours ago
Robin OvermyerCan't wait to see you tonight! If I could, I'd see all the u.s. Shows & your weekends. I must be thankful for the shows I can attend. Thank you so much for coming to California 🤗🌞15 hours ago · 2
Randy BabcockWish you knew how beautiful the Pacific Northwest is. Someday, include Seattle and Portland to your tour. You have a mess of fans up here.15 hours ago · 2
Paul LesinskiIt was awesome. Just returned to Portland for a few days then I'll see you in Chicago! Tremendous opening night. I hope the band was pleased!12 hours ago
Nic WolfeWonderful show last night! Can't wait to see you again in a few days.15 hours ago
Dave FultonAwesome show, worth the trip from PDX to SFO! Thank you all!10 hours ago
Raj SawhneyGreat show!!! We're following you down to LA, we might even make it there first15 hours ago · 1
Mark SuttonAwesome show last night. Thanks guys. Best live band I've ever seen, and the new album rocks!15 hours ago · 1
Glenn SchoonmakerThank you for playing in San Francisco. You were fantastic, as usual!13 hours ago
Mike HardestyI gotta be honest. The albums before 1987 with fish are what I love about this band. I've started to like the Steve H era and there is some great music, especially FEAR. I enjoyed the show tonight, but was very disappointed that there were no songs played that came out before 1995. I would have been more excited about the second half of the show and encores if they played a couple of old songs that helped establish the band and fan base. I want you to move forward, but respect the past.1 day ago · 3
Nom DelaNomI'm amazed you played This Strange Engine! And King! I'd have felt bored hearing those old '80's songs again. They were great but there's been so much great work since! Great show guys, thank you!1 day ago · 1
Garth HonhartAm I ready? Well my readiness is "...a product of a conscious decision" and I'm sure all of us will give you quite a bit more than just a welcoming smile. :D2 days ago · 4
Paulo De Barros"The gold stop us"
Amazing song and the line vocals is fantastic and very sentimental!!
Congratulations Marillion for this great masterpiece!!!
Fuck everyone and Run guys!!
Brazil waits your tour!!!20 hours ago
Garth HonhartAnd if you think we ARE NOT going to sing the YEAH! YEAH! part at the end of Living in in FEAR, oh we WILL be singing. yes we will be...YEAH! YEAH!2 days ago · 1
John DowdenMy son and I will see you tonight, Marillion. Looking forward to introducing him to you :-)2 days ago · 3
Garth HonhartExcellent set, but kind of put off by the requirement of special stickers for after show meet up. Hope that isn't for all venues or I shall be quite disappointed1 day ago · 1
Mike HardestyOn my way and ready for you to start the US tour right!2 days ago
Alejandro ParrillaLast night was magical. Thank you for such a fantastic performance. I loved the set list.18 hours ago
Mostafa El-SayedI know lots might be angry at me , but in my humble opinion , F.E.A.R is the least album that I felt Rothery's presence in , every album, Rothery has those Shivering melodies , however, for some reason, couldnt really feel them on F.E.A.R, ofcourse , its a personal opinion, however , on the bright side, Pete Tavares IMO did one of his best work yet in F.E.A.R, also, Mosley was generous enough to showcase the monster of a drummer he is on F.E.A.R
Finally, I think the real.highlight of this album is the 'lyrics' , seems this album is H's little baby, all in all , thank you Marillion for doing ur thing , which is delivering oustanding music throughout the years, I have been introducing many of my friends to Marillion, and they always thanke foe this:)2 days ago · 14
Cyrille CorougePlease Steve, throw away that unbearable sound of tremolo/chorus ! It has been used too much in several album and it doesn't sound really good.
By the way, I'm a hudge fan from the beginning...2 days ago · 5
Frank VossSteve Rothery's input may sometimes appear covered by layers of keyboard but like gems the finer tones shine through. Like Gilmour made our eyes wet with his emphasized one-note-solos Steve can carry me away with his singing guitar. To me he is recognizable, unique, innovative, full of feeling and breathtaking melodies. No other can make Marillion complete. Full stop.2 days ago · 1
Steve GillI have to agree with the previous comment. I am growing to appreciate the album more with each play but to me it seems that Steve has stepped right back and this is Mark's album. Steve's playing can bodily lift you up, pin you to a wall, occupy you completely and leave you an emotional wreck. You'll find nothing of this calibre here I fear.
Sulking.2 days ago · 2
Kim SundalLast album is really amazing. But i have many hours of exploring on it before it get's stuck on me :) Been a fan since i was around 12 in 1990. The ride so far has been filled with some truly spectacular music. I love it all. Hard to pick any fav album but the one that probably sit's deepest in me is Afraid Of Sunlight and Brave. But albums like Fugazi is just incredible too of course :)11 hours ago
Lakatos ZoltánActually on the photo Steve appears to hold the Squire Strat, and not the Blade, as the underlying text suggests (if you open the link).2 days ago
Sue OllisWonderful Rothery rifts - can never get enough of them. Timely release of this album for post gall bladder removal op recovery - thanks guys! 😁😁😍😘😘😘 There's nothing not to like 🤗2 days ago · 2
Rudy van IJzendoornGlad Asheville NC was mentioned by Steve. It's where I live. Now if the band could just come play a gig here, that'd be awesome. *hint hint*2 days ago
Bill SeaberryTomorrow night, 30 years I've been a fan. This is my first Marillion show. So stoked.2 days ago · 10
Jan Brouwer de KoningBrilliant guitar player. Straight from the heart. Steve let his guitar gently weep...2 days ago · 1
Robert JohnsonI saw the Brave album played in Montreal and it was a fantasic show I truly enjoy Marlillon2 days ago · 1
AJ GarciaSteve Rothery, by far the most underrated guitarist. May be he doesn't look like a rock star but he certainly plays in the top 10 in my book2 days ago · 1