Tag Archive: Opeth

Dec 04

Opeth – Sorceress

Sorceress is Opeth’s third full-length exploration of the progressive rock side of their songwriting. Unlike Heritage or Pale Communion, Sorceress instantly caught my attention and reeled me in with soothing, yet catchy hooks on the album. Opeth may have abandoned their death metal past, but with releases like Sorceress, this could certainly work towards the band’s advantage in capturing a larger musical audience.

Sep 14

Album Review: Sonus Mortis – Propaganda Dream Sequence

Sonus Mortis - Propaganda Dream Sequence

Sonus Mortis [Ireland]
Propaganda Dream Sequence
2014
Full Length
Independent
Death/Doom Metal

The whole visual aesthetics of Sonus Mortis‘ debut full length album, Propaganda Dream Sequence is rather confusing – with the cover artwork being rather reminiscent of more punkish or thrashy death metal, and the font used for the band logo …

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Aug 20

OPETH: Entire ‘Pale Communion’ Album Available For Streaming

“Pale Communion”, the highly anticipated eleventh studio album from Swedish progressive metallers OPETH, can be streamed in its entirety at Pitchfork.com. The follow-up to 2011’s “Heritage” will be released on August 26 via Roadrunner Records. The cover artwork was once again created by Travis Smith — with art direction by OPETH mainman Mikael Åkerfeldt.

Aug 02

OPETH: New Song ‘Eternal Rains’ Available For Streaming

“Eternal Rains”, a brand new song from Swedish progressive metallers OPETH, can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s highly anticipated eleventh studio album, “Pale Communion”, which will be released on August 26 via Roadrunner Records.

Jun 03

OPETH: New Song ‘Cusp Of Eternity’ Available For Streaming

“Cusp Of Eternity”, a brand new song from Swedish progressive metallers OPETH, can be streamed via an official animated video at this location. The track is taken from the band’s highly anticipated eleventh studio album, “Pale Communion”, which will be released on August 26 via Roadrunner Records. The cover artwork was once again created by Travis Smith — with art direction by OPETH guitarist/vocalist Mikael Åkerfeldt — and can be seen below.

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