03:49 - !J.O.O.E.! Overall I enjoyed it, despite glaring and numerous plot holes and being a too long. But I think it could have been better if it didn't want to be too many things and concentrated on just a few. Joon-ho Bong's The Host was a better
03:47 - Darth Satanious ...out of place on purpose. It is like everything, some may find that something works and some may not. Fucking traffic control in the Shoutbox,
03:45 - !J.O.O.E.! True, but Battle Royale felt clearly rooted in satire, so they got away with it.
03:43 - Darth Satanious I think they wanted to put an interesting character with her, and I believe they succeded. Her place in Snow reminds me of that chick in the instructional video of Battle Royale. A weird, kind of eccentric character that feels...
03:42 - !J.O.O.E.! Which is ironic because she was the best part of the film, but the one element which didn't belong.
03:40 - !J.O.O.E.! [SPOILERS] It's like on one hand, you have the serious and tragic tone of the film where babies were eaten etc, then on the other hand you have the caricatured, designed for humour character of Swinton. Not compatible imo.
Opeth are set to celebrate their 25th anniversary as a band next year with a very special event at the legendary London Palladium on the 18th of October 2015. If you like their 2005 album Ghost Reveries, you might want to attend this show. The unique show, dubbed An Evening With Opeth will feature two sets from the progressive Swedes, including Ghost Reveries in its entirety (which in turn is celebrating its 10th anniversary), plus a second set of classics from their 25-year career. Not bad, right?
Earlier this year, Opeth announced their tour dates for an European Tour. Alcest have now revealed that they are going to join them on this tour, in support of the release of Opeth's new album Pale Communion. The French group also has a new album, Shelter, to present. If you have the chance to go, do not miss this lineup!
Proggers Opeth's upcoming album, Pale Communion, is now available for streaming at Pitchfork Advance ahead of its release. Click on the link to get access to the full album! After you do, share your thoughts and impressions about the music. How would you rate the album?
Two Swedish heavyweights, Opeth and In Flames, will join forces on a North American co-headlining tour with support from Red Fang. Both Swedish bands have new albums to present. The trek is set to get underway on December 3rd at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, and traverse North America through the end of the month. Are you planning to attend these shows? Not a lot of shows were announced, so grab the opportunity!
Opeth are about to release Pale Communion, their 11th album. With a release date set for August 26th via Roadrunner Records, the band has already revealed the first single "Cusp Of Eternity" before. Today you can check out Opeth's new song "Eternal Rains Will Come". What is your verdict? Do you like this one? Let us know.
Opethpreviously announced that a book was in the works about the history of the band. Today, the Swedes released an update. The book is coming out next year and not in 2014. Meanwhile, the band's new opus, Pale Communion, will be released on August 26th with the new single "Cusp Of Eternity" already available. The band will embark on a European trek at the end of this year as well.
After revealing a string of European tour dates earlier this month, Opeth now announce additional six dates across the United Kingdom. All these dates are scheduled in the first half of October, 2014, and can be checked out down below.
And now for some live action in Europe. As you know, Opeth are about to release a new album called Pale Communion. And the band will be touring in Europe in support of the new record this winter (October/November). Maybe you can catch the band live? View the tour dates below to confirm that.
Opeth have officially premiered their brand new single today. This is the first taste you'll have of their forthcoming new album Pale Communion. The album pre-orders begin tomorrow. For now, you can listen to "Cusp Of Eternity" streaming at this location. Enjoy it, take it all in and then give us your impressions about it.
Opeth have finally revealed today the album artwork of Pale Communion, their anticipated new release. It was once again created by Travis Smith with art direction by Mikael Åkerfeldt. The album was pushed back to August 26th and the pre-orders will be up on Roadrunner's web store and on Opeth's official merch store next week, June 3rd. As of now, you can take a look at the album cover right here. Do you like it?
Canadian sludge/stoner metal act Dopethrone will be visiting Europe this summer, where they will be touring for about 3 weeks. Supporting them on the road will be British sludge metallers Gurt. Official tour dates, with some of them to be confirmed in the near future, can be checked out below the flyer.
Opeth's new album Pale Communion has been pushed back to August 26th after initially being scheduled for release on June 17th. The band's new single release and album pre-order was supposed to start on May 6th but that never happened, and fans started to complain to Roadrunner Records. You will have to wait a little longer to get your hands on the album and also to hear the new single "Cusp Of Eternity." As long as it's good, right?
And the title of the upcoming Opeth album is... Pale Communion! Roadrunner Records just unveiled the fact that the album will hit the stores worldwide on June 17th. Among other things, now we know that Pale Communion was produced by bandleader Mikael Åkerfeldt and mixed by longtime collaborator and Porcupine Tree frontman/guitarist Steven Wilson.
While fans eagerly wait for their new album, Opeth are working on a book, the Official Illustrated History of Opeth. To celebrate their 25th anniversary, the Swedish band teamed up with book publisher Rocket 88 to work on the official Opeth book. In this book, the band will tell you their full story for the first time - the good, the bad, the ugly - in their own words, with a little help from former members, label bosses, management, producers, and anyone else that's been there for the key moments in the band's illustrious career.