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Opeth – Pale Communion

Written by befriended journalist Basak Gunel.

Melody of the Soul

Band : Opeth

Album : Pale Communion

Release Date : 25.08.2014

Record Label : Roadrunner Records

Genre : Progressive Rock

Reviewer : G. Damgacı – Sense of Tune

Opeth is a Swedish progressive rock/metal band which was formed as a death metal band in 1990 in Stockholm, Sweden by former vocalist David Isberg when he asked former Eruption member Mikael Åkerfeldt (16 years old at the time) to join the group as a bass guitarist. Bands name is derived from Wilbur Smith’s novel The Sunbird.
Throughout its history Mikael Åkerfeldt became Opeth’s prominent driving force and today he actually evolved the band from black and death Metal boundaries to an experimental and progressive project. Today Opeth’s music is well-known and critically acclaimed by metal music listeners all over the world with its incorporated progressive, folk, blues, classical, jazz and even 70’s pop and flamenco influences.
“Pale Communion” is the eleventh studio album by…

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