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…)
Out of personal interest, and as an expanding of my writing horizons, I am now branching out to doing album and music reviews. The first of these will be my favorite album of all time, the masterpiece from German band Disillusion, known as “Back to Times of Splendor.” (more…)