Swedish metal dudes Opeth, who you recognize as the “kinda pretty” band that your younger brother listened to during his Goth phase, have been skulking around their Swedish villas all winter long. They’re upset that, even though the albums were popular, not nearly enough people bought 2002’s Deliverance, 2003’s Damnation, 2001’s Blackwater Park, or 2004’s Lamentations.
Not all metal bands are the same, but you'd be forgiven for thinking so considering how many of the best ones are touring together this fall. Today (September 16), Swedish baroque metalheads Opeth kick off their grand North American... Read Post
Swedish metal giants Opeth are planning a bundle of reissues of material from their early-to-mid 2000s period. On April 10, The End Records will re-release 2002's Deliverance, 2003's Damnation, and 2001's Blackwater Park, along with... Read Post