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Rock & Pop - StudioRecording - 1 CD(s) - Label: Receiver - Distributor: RSK/Gem Logistics, RSK/Sony DADC - Released: 01/08/1993 - 5014438712621

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Excellent

“Death Metal with a twist”

published 21/10/2001

Different from typical Death Metal, and very origi...

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If someone said to you “define Death Metal”, what would you say? I expect it would be something like “heavy vicious guitars, mad drumming with plenty of blast beats and a vocalist who roars into a microphone”. Opeth are definitely classed as a Death Metal band, but a different kind at that. I...

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Excellent

“Serenity Painted Death”

published 17/04/2010

brilliant songwriting, great production, great rif...

atmospheric, original

With 'Still Life' Swedish progressive extreme metal band Opeth continue in the vein of their previous album 'My Arms Your Hearse', mixing beautiful, folky spanish guitar passages with alternately urgent and lamenting death-metal influenced sections and bluesy leads and solos. Album opener 'The...

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Excellent

“Brilliant album”

published 09/03/2005

The kick-ass metal riffs, the acoustic sections an...

A lot of riffs are the same tempo, some songs get ...

This is the first Opeth album I bought and the only one I have so far, but this is a great release, and I definately want to buy more by them. Opeth are something new. They mix death metal with 'cookie monster' vocals with acoustic guitars, clean vocals and a bit of prog. The opening track, The...

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Excellent

Everything, from perfection and beyond

Doesn't go on forever

1) The Moor 2) Godheads Lament 3) Benighted 4) Moonlapse Vertigo 5) Face Of Melinda 6) Serenity Painted Death 7) White Cluster Bands today often seem to have at least one of many flaws, either they are jumping on the bandwagon of what will sell in todays market, they lack imagination, or are...

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Excellent

Expansive, beautifully crafted, musically moving

Once hooked, it's difficult to give Opeth up...

Brutal and agressive, with beautiful melody and atmosphere. Indescribable except as an exceptional metal album, spanning genres from black metal to classical and folk. The Progressive elements which have since become more prevelent in Opeth's albums really came to the fore in this release from...

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