19:26 - Bad English my german spelling was much better then english , I wa smuch better at german till 1999 ane since 2003 I am out of pratice, speeking german, emediaytly I tudn to swedish ;( but I stull understand a lot
19:24 - Bad English and it doenst change a fact other teachers who was there gave me 3 grades more then my main teacher, if 2 teachers gave me better grades then my main teacher. If I would suck how came they grade me better?
19:22 - Marcel Hubregtse doesn't mean it's a pass exam wise. Hell in Germnay they understand me even though my German is totally terrible
19:21 - Bad English I dont see any changes, you did not make anything, all is like it was beforMarcel you can call me to my cellpfone tommrow between ten hundred hours thiry minutes and one hundred hours , you will get avidance :p wanna number PM me
19:19 - Bad English erstand me, even owadays I use swedish in everywhere, but previusly aiports, farries, cities all undestrood what i want to ask :p
19:16 - Bad English I know how to pronaunce , more british wat then american, I know how to pronaunce workd, past, future, even sometimes I dont say articels,but pronaunce is much easier then type, and besides all whitw hom I did talk can cleary und
The September 2011 issue of Germany's Rock Hard magazine will include a big cover story and world-exclusive live CD by Swedish progressive metallers Opeth that won't be available at record stores.
The Devil's Orchard - Live At Rock Hard Festival is a five-song, 50-minute effort which is described as "an outstanding recording made in 2009" when the band stunned the audience with an awesome performance in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. The CD will also include "The Devil's Orchard", the first single from Opeth's long-awaited new studio album, Heritage.
Right this moment, the third and final day of Sonisphere UK is taking place. If you're reading this you're obviously not there. Fortunately you can follow both Opeth's and Slipknot's shows from the comfort of your own home via two live webcasts.
Watch Opeth live at Sonisphere! Tune in at approximately 5:50pm GMT at this location.
Watch Slipknot live at Sonisphere! Tune in at approximately 9:00pm GMT at this location.
According to the French edition of Rock Hard magazine, keyboard player Joakim Svalberg (Yngwie Malmsteen, Glenn Hughes) has been rehearsing with Swedish progressive metallers Opeth for the past few weeks - but has not yet been made an official member of the band. You can expect an official announcement imminently.
Keyboardist Per Wiberg, who joined Opeth back in 2005, was relieved of his duties in April as part of a mutual decision with the remaining members of the band.
In other news, Opeth will embark on a seven-week North American headlining tour in support of the forthcoming album, Heritage.Taking place in September/October, the tour will also feature Katatonia. A complete list of confirmed dates looks as follows: (thanks to RcK)
Heritage, the new upcoming album from Swedish prog metallers Opeth will be released on September 20th through Roadrunner Records. The band has now unveiled the album cover artwork, which was created by their long-time friend Travis Smith (Avenged Sevenfold, Strapping Young Lad, Soulfly).
The album tracklist was previously reported over here.
Heritage was recorded earlier this year at Atlantis Studios in Stockholm, Sweden. The album was engineered by Jens Bogren (Soilwork, Katatonia, Paradise Lost) and mixed by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree).
Sweden's most revered and respected progressive metal mavens Opeth will release Heritage, their third album for Roadrunner, on September 20th. The first video and single will be the song "The Devil's Orchard". Heritage follows up 2008's Watershed and 2005's Ghost Reveries, each of which garnered the forward-thinking, genre-bending band some of the best reviews of their career.
We can reveal that the new Opeth album will be titled Heritage. The record is due for release through Roadrunner Records in September. More details to follow soon.
The album was recorded earlier this year at Atlantis Studios in Stockholm, Sweden. Heritage was engineered by Jens Bogren (Soilwork, Katatonia, Paradise Lost) and mixed by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree). The new material has been described by the band as "good."
Keyboardist Per Wiberg has been relieved of his duties in Opeth as part of a mutual decision with the band. Keyboard duties on upcoming tours will be handled by a musician who is already rehearsing with the band. Said musician's identity will be released at a later date.
Vocalist/guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt released the following statement about the matter: "Well, it's been somewhat of a revolving door of members during the last couple of years, and now, Per is no longer a member. Mendez, Axe and Fredrik and I came to the decision that we should find a replacement for Per right after the recordings of the new album, and this came as no surprise to Per. He had, in turn, been thinking about leaving, so you could say it was a mutual decision. There's no bad blood, just a relationship that came to an end, and that's that. We wish Per the best, and he did a splendid job recording keyboards for the last record, which stands as his final recording with Opeth."
That's right! Opeth will start the recording of their 10th album on the 31st of January 2011. The band has picked the legendary Atlantis Studios (ex Metronome studios) in Stockholm and will once again work with Jens Bogren engineering. Mixing duties will be handled by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree).
A possible release worldwide is expected in Autumn of 2011 through Roadrunner Records. The new material has been described by the band as being "good".
For a limited time, Swedish progressive metallers Opeth are offering a free download of "Dirge For November" in anticipation of the September 21 DVD release of In Live Concert At The Royal Albert Hall. Click here to get the track now. You can also pre-order the limited-edition vinyl/DVD box set of the stunning live performance at this location while supplies last.
More details about In Live Concert At The Royal Albert Hall were previously reported over here.
Fap away gentlemen, Opeth have revealed that their new live album In Live Concert At The Royal Albert Hall will be released through Roadrunner on September 20th. When you're done, you can read the entire press release below.
As part of the ongoing celebration of their 20th anniversary, Sweden's Opeth is releasing live footage and audio from the band's recent performance at London's famed Royal Albert Hall. In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall, due out 9/21/10, is a fierce testament to Opeth's continued success in the progressive metal community.
Twenty years and nine records into their legendary career, Opeth's "progressively creative spirit" (ARTISTdirect) remains unwavering, propelling the band through the "Evolution XX: An Opeth Anthology" tour, which brought the Swedish titans to six of the world's most unique venues, and now, with the release of In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall, into the homes of their fans.
Martin Lopez, ex-drummer of Amon Amarth and Opeth, was so kind to inform us he's been working on a new project, entitled Soen. Lopez will be handling the drums duties, and he has formed the band together with bassist Steve DiGiorgio (ex-Death, ex-Testament, ex-Iced Earth, and a shitload of other bands), Kim Platbarzdis on guitar and vocalist Joel Ekelöf.
Lopez described the music as "melodic, heavy, intricated, and very different than everything else." He added: "We are currently writing material, and as soon as we have more news you'll be informed." Which means you'll be informed too. So keep checking the news section regularly for updates.