There's a new profile of Crimso ahead of their gig in San Diego next week including comments from Tony Levin and Jakko Jakszyk who offered his thoughts on the impact the band had on him when he saw them for the first time in 1971. "King Crimson was different from everyone else. They came from a different place, harmonically. They seemed to combine really disparate influences in a more extreme way than anyone else — symphonic elements, some beautiful songs and lyrics, angular dissonant stuff, fast unison parts and extremely technically accomplished things. They covered far more bases than anyone else, and still do." You can read the whole article here.