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09.12Opeth - EP Release Details
18.11Opeth - South American, Mexican Dates Announced
15.11Opeth - New Video Available Online
04.10Opeth - DVD Mini-Site Online
22.09Nachtmystium - To Pull Out Of Opeth Tour
27.06Opeth - More Festival Appearances Cancelled
21.06Opeth - Gigs In Portugal And Spain Are Cancelled
23.04Opeth - Edit Of New Song And Video Online
11.04Opeth - Album Artwork Revealed
05.03Opeth - Two-Disc Special Edition Re-Release
05.02Opeth - New Album Details
18.12Opeth - DVD Release Date
12.11Opeth - Live Video Online
01.11Opeth - Recording New Album
24.10Opeth - New E-Card Online
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Opeth - EP Release Details

Opeth will release a very special digital EP "Burden" on December 9th. Next to the "Burden" radio edit, this release features 2 rare b-sides including a much sought after cover of Alice In Chains' "Would?" and a track previously available for a limited time only, "Mellotron Heart."

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Source: blog.myspace.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 09.12.2008 by Bad English | Comments (22)


Opeth - South American, Mexican Dates Announced

Opeth have announced new South American/Mexican tour dates. The band commented as follows: "We receive a lot of mail from you guys in South America and now we can announce that Opeth will come to South America in 2009! During March and April Opeth we will appear in Mexico City, Bogota, Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires and Sao Paolo."

Mar. 28 - Monterrey, Mexico - Café Iguana
Mar. 29 - México City, Mexico - Circo Volador
Apr. 01 - Bogota, Colombia - Teatro Metro
Apr. 03 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - The End
Apr. 04 - Santiago, Chile - Teatro Caupolicán
Apr. 05 - São Paulo, Brazil - Santana Hall


Source: opeth.com
Band profile: Opeth
Event: Opeth
Posted: 18.11.2008 by Abattoir | Comments (25)


Opeth - New Video Available Online

The new "Burden" video from Swedish progressive metallers Opeth, can now be viewed on the Roadrunner Records official website. The video was shot and directed in Denmark by Danish director Lasse Hoile (Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson).

"Burden" is taken from Opeth's latest release "Watershed".

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Source: roadrunnerrecords.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 15.11.2008 by Abattoir | Comments (22)


Opeth - DVD Mini-Site Online

"The Roundhouse Tapes", the long-awaited new DVD from Opeth, will be released on October 27 in Europe and November 11 in the U.S. via Peaceville Records.

"The Roundhouse Tapes" set contains the critically acclaimed Opeth performance from the Camden Roundhouse, London, UK in 2006 and sees the band in scintillating form playing a selection of classics from their illustrious career.

A mini-site featuring a trailer for the DVD, info on the release, downloads and more is now online at this location .

1,000 copies of the special edition of the DVD, packaged in a deluxe rigid digibook inside a hard slipcase, includes postcards of each band member, an exclusive art booklet featuring the work of Travis Smith (renowned Opeth sleeve designer) and "The Roundhouse Tapes" booklet, is also available to pre-order from the mini-site.

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Source: peaceville.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 04.10.2008 by ArtiA | Comments (17)


Nachtmystium - To Pull Out Of Opeth Tour

Nachtmystium have dropped off the remainder of their tour with Opeth and High On Fire. Here's a statement from the band:

"Due to some issues beyond our control, we've been forced to pull off of the Opeth / High On Fire tour. We're aggressively working to try to get things together for the 2nd leg of our fall tour starting in Los Angeles on October 8th with Wolves In The Throne Room.

We apologize to anyone who was hoping to see us on the Opeth leg of the tour. Thanks to all of those who came out in support at the shows that we did manage to play, it was great seeing you maniacs out!!"

Nachtmystium have set the following dates for their new fall tour with Wolves In The Throne Room:

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Band profile: Nachtmystium
Posted: 22.09.2008 by wolfheart | Comments (2)


Opeth - More Festival Appearances Cancelled

Opeth have issued the following update:

"Due to Mikael contracting Varicella (Chicken Pox), the appearances this weekend, Peace & Love (Borlänge, Sweden on June 26), Hovefestivalen (Norway on June 27), Metaltown (Gothenborg, Sweden on June 28), and Graspop Metal Meeting (Dessel, Belgium on June 29), have all been cancelled. We hope to have Mike on his feet again as soon as possible, and obviously apologize to all and any that had set out to see Opeth this weekend."

The replacement for Opeth on the Hovefestivalen and Metal Town is Satyricon.

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Source: opeth.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 27.06.2008 by SlaytallicA | Comments (19)


Opeth - Gigs In Portugal And Spain Are Cancelled

Opeth have issued the following update about their Iberian gigs:

"Burning Live Festival on the 25th of July is cancelled. Due to the fact that the Portuguese festival got cancelled, Opeth have to cancel Lorca rock as well due to finances. But Opeth will return to Spain in the near future so keep checking the tour dates for updates."


Source: opeth.com
Band profile: Opeth
Event: Lagoa Burning Live Festival [CANCELLED]
Posted: 21.06.2008 by -LugburZ- | Comments (18)


Opeth - Edit Of New Song And Video Online

Swedish progressive death metal band Opeth have made an edit of a new song called "Lotus Eater" available online. The upcoming Opeth album "Watershed" will be released on 3th June at Roadrunner Records. You can download the song at this location.

In other news, Opeth have recently filmed a promotional video to an edit of the song "Porcelain Heart". The clip was directed by Lasse Hoile (Porcupine Tree etc) and shot in Vaxholm/Sweden at the marvellous Bogesund castle, built in the 1640's. The edit was done by Jens Bogren and Mikael Åkerfeldt. Mikael comments: "I think the video came out great! The location and the castle was beyond gorgeous, even though it was cold and empty in there and...yeah, a little scary too. Lasse and his team as well as the actors did a great job! The clip is very gothic looking which I think is the perfect imagery for the song and for Opeth overall I suppose. Really enjoyed filming that one actually!" Check out a few screen-shots here! The video can be watched by clicking this link.

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Source: opeth.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 23.04.2008 by abattoir | Comments (21)


Opeth - Album Artwork Revealed

The cover artwork for "Watershed", the forthcoming album from Swedish metallers Opeth, can be viewed here. The cover was (as usual) designed by Travis Smith in co-operation with frontman/guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt.

"Watershed" is scheduled for release on June 3 via Roadrunner Records (one day earlier internationally). The CD, recorded in the band's native Sweden and produced by frontman/guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt and Jens Bogren, is a masterwork that follows the time-honored Opeth tradition; its modern yet timeless, progressive yet paying homage to the sounds of classic rock.

"Watershed" track listing:

01. Coil
02. Heir Apparent
03. The Lotus Eater

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Source: roadrunnerrecords.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 11.04.2008 by Damnated | Comments (57)


Opeth - Two-Disc Special Edition Re-Release

Peaceville Records are releasing "Still Life" (2 CD special edition including 5.1 surround Mix). Still will be a 2 disc edition of the classic Opeth album.

"This new 2 disc edition of the critically acclaimed "Still Life" features a re-mastered stereo mix of the album on CD plus DVD with new 5.1 surround sound mix plus "Face Of Melinda" filmed live in London. The artwork has been re-worked by original designer Travis Smith.

"Still Life" was Opeth's first outing for Peaceville. Blessed with renewed enthusiasm, the band delivered yet another flawless gem of an album.

Like "My Arms, Your Hearse" before it, "Still Life" was originally recorded at Gothenburg's famous Studio Fredman under the watchful eye of engineer Fredrik Nordström, and has now been re-mastered and re-mixed by Jens Borgen at Fascination Street Studios.

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Source: peaceville.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 05.03.2008 by Introspekrieg | Comments (17)


Opeth - New Album Details

BW&BK has received the following press release:

New York, NY: "Swedish progressive metal titans Opeth, often credited as being forward thinkers who are a genre of one, are proud to announce "Watershed" as the title of their forthcoming album, due out on Roadrunner Records on June 2nd, 2008. The album, recorded in the band's native Sweden and produced by frontman/guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt and Jens Bogren, is a masterwork that follows the time-honored Opeth tradition; its modern yet timeless, progressive yet paying homage to the sounds of classic rock.

"Watershed" is truly one of those special records that cycles through a variety of moods, speeds and textures, complete with lots of subtleties and nuances of sound. Because of its expansive scope, "Watershed" is destined to land the album atop many "Best Of" lists. Album opener "Coil" is a gorgeous acoustic number, featuring local folk vocalist Nathalie Lorichs, while "Heir Apparent" will knock listeners unconscious with its blunt force metal. Always one to defy the rules, Opeth posits sung vocals over artillery-like blast beats on "The Lotus Eater", cementing their reputation as innovators and redefiners.

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Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 05.02.2008 by Thryce | Comments (38)


Opeth - DVD Release Date

"The Roundhouse Tapes" DVD (Live at the Camden Roundhouse 2006, HD filmed) release is now set to September 2008. The dvd will feature fan interviews, band interviews, soundcheck footage and live photos.


Source: opeth.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 18.12.2007 by Nacur | Comments (13)


Opeth - Live Video Online

Opeth recently released their first live album "The Roundhouse Tapes". A video for the track "Bleak" coming of that album is now available to watch at http://www.peaceville.com/opeth.

More info here.

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Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 12.11.2007 by Nacur | Comments (5)


Opeth - Recording New Album

Opeth mastermind Mikael Åkerfeldt has posted the following blog on his MySpace yesterday (October 31):

"On October 28 at 9:20 AM my wife gave birth to our second daughter, Mirjam Ebba Maria Åkerfeldt. She is so beautiful, just looking at her brings me to tears! Who'd known that I, a bum from the Stockholm suburbs would be the father of 2 beautiful daughters? Yes guys! I am happy!

On top of that the album is now written and the demos sound fantastic! We will start recording it tomorrow actually! I don't wanna say too much but....gee, it is so fucking good!! If I may say so myself....Expected "delivery date" on this one is sometime in April/May 08.

On top of that (2)...my friends at PRS guitars and Laney decided to give me some early Christmas gifts. I had a stunning PRS Hollowbody II delivered and it's just awesome! Real ear and eye candy! And from Laney I got the new Lionheart mini stack which sounds beyond fantastic! That rig will be used quite a lot in the studio I'm sure!

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Source: blog.myspace.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 01.11.2007 by Thryce | Comments (26)


Opeth - New E-Card Online

Peaceville Records have launched a "mini-site" for Opeth's new live album "The Roundhouse Tapes". Check it out at this location. "The Roundhouse Tapes" was released in Europe on the 22nd of October and in North America on the 20th of November.

According to the site "The Roundhouse Tapes" contains "a captivating Opeth performance from the Camden Roundhouse, London, UK, on November 9, 2006, and sees the band in scintillating form churning out a selection of classics from their illustrious career.

According to the official Opeth website, the (even more anticipated) HD filmed DVD will be released in early 2008. This will also feature (lots of) fan interviews, band interviews, soundcheck footage and live photos + exclusive menu music written by Åkerfeldt and Wiberg.

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Source: peaceville.com
Band profile: Opeth
Posted: 24.10.2007 by Thryce | Comments (7)


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