Adding four massive new dates
One of just three shows around the world celebrating their new album ‘Sorceress’.
Swedish progressive metal heroes Opeth have named the five lucky acts who will open the five shows on their upcoming Pale Communion Australian Tour. Post-rockers sleepmakeswaves, progressive metal outfit Dyssidia, progressive rock band Caligula’s Horse, doom metal outfit Myridian and Perth’s Voyager will support the mighty Opeth at one show a piece. Taking to Facebook,
After promising an early 2015 Australian tour, Swedish progressive metal stalwarts Opeth have delivered dates. The band will tour Australia this May in support of their latest studio album, Pale Communion. Opeth’s Pale Communion Australian tour will see the band playing cuts from their massive 11-album discography, bringing almost 25 years experience onto stages in
Mikael Åkerfeldt, frontman of proudly progressive Swedish metallers Opeth, is the music lover’s music lover. “I appreciate a good song. It doesn’t matter if it’s One Direction or fuckin’ whoever, I appreciate a good song when I hear it,” he tells Music Feeds over the phone from Stockholm. Naturally, he doesn’t think much of One
“I wanna please our fans.”
It’s not exactly out of the ordinary to see fatigued and disinterested dads at One Direction shows. In fact, the internet is rife with photos of One D chaperones who look like they’re at the end of their rope. But it’s fair to say most of those dads don’t front one of the most respected
Swedish progressive metal outfit Opeth have unveiled new track Cusp Of Eternity, the first single to be taken from the band’s forthcoming eleventh studio album Pale Communion. Cusp Of Eternity proves that Opeth have moved on from growling death metal and into a modern prog-rock group indebted to bands like King Crimson and Yes. The
Soundwave have ensured that Australia will still jave a hefty dose of metal to look forward to following the festival. The legendary Opeth have announced a run of tour dates throughout March. When Opeth tours in Australia, they have a nasty habit of selling out every show they play. Given the relentless level of support
Opeth frontman Mikael Akerfeldt cut his head open down to the skullbone while on tour with Mastodon and was rushed to hospital.
Swedish metal band Opeth have announced some Australian tour dates this December. The band will be touring on their latest album Heritage, which should be released soon. The album was produced by vocalist/guitarist Mikael Åkerfeldt and was recorded earlier this year at Atlantis studios (formerly Metronome studios) in Stockholm. Mixing was handled by Steven Wilson
In a metal world starved for integrity, intelligence and beauty, Opeth shine like a beacon through dark clouds.