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bleez
Aug 2 2016, 04:34 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhqijfqecvA



spoiler alert .... its awesome biggrin.gif
Their new album cannot be released soon enough.

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Ben Higgins
Aug 3 2016, 09:17 AM
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That main riff is glorious isn't it?

Chug, chug, chug,chug... biggrin.gif

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Aug 3 2016, 09:53 AM
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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ Aug 3 2016, 09:17 AM) *
That main riff is glorious isn't it?

Chug, chug, chug,chug... biggrin.gif


yes indeed, nothing finer than a glorious chug smile.gif
the guitars sound really low as well. Its all occulty and 70s - ish..... all those things are great!

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Rhaaaaa. Opeth

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Aug 3 2016, 11:24 AM
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Gonna sound like an old school Opeth fan boy here, but I still prefer their old stuff smile.gif

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Aug 4 2016, 02:37 AM
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I'm pretty stoked to hear the new Opeth. The new track sounds better with each listen!

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QUOTE (bleez @ Aug 3 2016, 08:53 AM) *
yes indeed, nothing finer than a glorious chug smile.gif
the guitars sound really low as well. Its all occulty and 70s - ish..... all those things are great!


A lot of people are dissing the mix but I really like the wishy washy, slightly chorus-y sound of the guitars. Most people treat lower tunings with oodles of gain and typical deathy tones but I think this sound works great!


QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Aug 3 2016, 10:24 AM) *
Gonna sound like an old school Opeth fan boy here, but I still prefer their old stuff smile.gif


Ghost Reveries for me.. interested to hear what this new album will be like though

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Ghost Reveries for me.. interested to hear what this new album will be like though


Ghost Reveries Rocks !!!!!!!

as i have understand , Opeth seem to do a TIC TAC habits, i mean on album is peacefully and cool, then the next is agressive, next coll etc....

the next one seem to be agressive non ? if i follow my mind...

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I think my favorite is Morningrise, as that was the first one I heard smile.gif

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Blackwater Park is my personal favorite followed closely by Still Life.

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QUOTE (DeGroot @ Aug 6 2016, 04:48 PM) *
Blackwater Park is my personal favorite followed closely by Still Life.


I was close to naming Blackwater Park too, as it's a great album, but I think just out of nostalgia Morningrise got the 1st place for me smile.gif

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blackwater park or ghost reveries or pale communion......... . either one of those could be my favourite album smile.gif
moon above sun below from 'Pale' is one of the most perfect songs Ive heard. I wish I could write a song like that.

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QUOTE (bleez @ Aug 6 2016, 05:15 PM) *
blackwater park or ghost reveries or pale communion......... . either one of those could be my favourite album smile.gif
moon above sun below from 'Pale' is one of the most perfect songs Ive heard. I wish I could write a song like that.


It's funny, I've never really been a great fan of growling, but when it comes to Opeth, I prefer their old growly stuff, rather than their newer stuff, which seems different smile.gif

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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Aug 6 2016, 03:10 PM) *
I was close to naming Blackwater Park too, as it's a great album, but I think just out of nostalgia Morningrise got the 1st place for me smile.gif


Can't go wrong with Morningrise. That was the first Opeth album I heard as well. The fretless bass on that album gave it the most unique sound. Still Life used to be my favorite (especially when it was new) but I think Blackwater has aged the best, IMHO.

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QUOTE (DeGroot @ Aug 6 2016, 05:44 PM) *
Can't go wrong with Morningrise. That was the first Opeth album I heard as well. The fretless bass on that album gave it the most unique sound. Still Life used to be my favorite (especially when it was new) but I think Blackwater has aged the best, IMHO.


It certainly has aged well, without a doubt. For me what made Opeth Opeth was the sound on their first handful of albums. When they started experimenting they still made good music, of course, but to me they lost what made them them.

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QUOTE (bleez @ Aug 6 2016, 03:15 PM) *
blackwater park or ghost reveries or pale communion......... . either one of those could be my favourite album smile.gif
moon above sun below from 'Pale' is one of the most perfect songs Ive heard. I wish I could write a song like that.


Ghost Reveries is my favorite post Blackwater album by far. smile.gif Moon Above is my favorite from Pale Communion. Pale Communion took a while to grow on me but I do like it.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thrVflIc05I

Yup! Im liking this a lot. Killer solo as well @ 2:37 ish.
Next week for the new album biggrin.gif Im getting all fangirly at the prospect.

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QUOTE (bleez @ Sep 23 2016, 07:44 AM) *
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thrVflIc05I

Yup! Im liking this a lot. Killer solo as well @ 2:37 ish.
Next week for the new album biggrin.gif Im getting all fangirly at the prospect.


Yeah, Akesson is killing it here. I always thought he was an excellent addition

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damn, this new album ohmy.gif Its a monster.
Ive only had the chance to playthrough it a couple of times so far but its most def a big beastly monster. I actually had to adjust the EQ on my stereo as soon as Sorceress kicked in because it was like thunder! usually I can play most of my albums with much the same settings.
some of the riffs are just heavy as shit and the guitar tones are amazing.
such a good album biggrin.gif

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hi

i have buyed this album this afternoon, and i catualy listen it with good quality speakers and amplifier (onkyo amp and Cabasse sloop M4 speakers)
and it sound totaly different than the first listening on youtube.......

a very good album !!!

Good job Mickael !!!

Laurent

Edit: Strange Brew is awesome !!!!!!

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