Opeth’s sixth opus and the first I was exposed to. (more…)
An album I consider transcendent.
In 1999, with a full band lineup once again, Opeth created another concept album, Still Life, a recording that still holds a special place in the hearts of many metal fans the world over. (more…)
A review of Opeth’s third opus, My Arms, Your Hearse, which features a new direction in sound, and a different lineup from the two previous records. (more…)
Following up my feature on Orchid, I am reviewing Opeth’s second opus, Morningrise. (more…)
I have decided that it is past time to resume my reviews of my favorite music albums. After having covered Disillusion’s magnum opus, Back To Times of Splendor, I think it is high time that I cover Opeth’s material; fitting, since they are the band which introduced me to the world of progressive metal in the first place. I shall start at the beginning, with their debut album, Orchid. (more…)