Opeth

Posted Wednesday, January 21, 2015 - 4:06pm by Darin Tambascio

This is part two of the three part series on my favorite full-length albums of 2014. Be sure to check out my favorite EPs of 2014 and part one of the series.

Category: Feature Stories

Tags: Mogwai, Musk Ox, Opeth, Pink Floyd, Psalm Zero, Scott Walker, Sunn O))), Shellac
Posted Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 9:02am by Clayton Michaels

2014 turned out to be one of the strongest years for metal in recent memory, making the compiling of this list something of a challenge. It seemed like a particularly strong year for black metal, which comprises half of my list.

Category: Feature Stories

Tags: Best metal albums of 2014, Winterfylleth, Woods of Desolation, Opeth, Panpoticon, Giant Squid, Gridline, Primordial, Pallbearer, Pharmakon, Falls of Rauros, black metal, grind, noise, prog metal
Posted Sunday, August 31, 2014 - 2:56pm by Clayton Michaels

We might as well get this out of the way up front: if you were among those who were hoping against hope that Mikael Åkerfeldt would steer the band back towards death metal on Pale Communion, you’re going to be very disappointed, because Pale Communion completes the transformation begun on 2011’s Heritage. It’s time to accept it—Opeth is no longer a death metal band. And this is a very good thing.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Opeth, progressive metal, prog rock, mellotron, Goblin, Mikael, Åkerfeldt, Crosby, Stills & Nash
Posted Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 10:21pm by Gabriel Riccio

 

Opeth have announced that their 11th album titled Pale Communion will be released on June 17th. The album was self-produced and mixed by Steve Wilson. The tracklist is below:

01 Eternal Rains Will Come
02 Cusp Of Eternity
03 Moon Above, Sun Below
04 Elysian Woes
05 Goblin
06 River
07 Voice Of Treason
08 Faith In Others

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Tags: Opeth, Steve Wilson, Mikael Akerfeldt, Pale Communion
Posted Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 10:03pm by Clayton Michaels

There was, quite understandably, a fair amount of concern among fans of San Francisco’s progressive black metallers Cormorant when the band announced that they intended to continue on after vocalist/fretless bassist/lyricist Arthur von Nagel left the band in 2012 to work on the Walking Dead video game adaptation for Telltale Games.

Category: Album Reviews

Tags: Cormorant, progressive black metal, Opeth, Enslaved, Woe, album review

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