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Opeth
Country
Sweden
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Opeth is a Swedish progressive metal band from Stockholm, formed in 1990. Though the group has been through several personnel changes, singer, guitarist, and songwriter Mikael Åkerfeldt has remained Opeth's driving force throughout the years. Their music contains elements of folk, metal, and progressive rock in varying degrees.
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http://www.opeth.com
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Releases on file (15)
Opeth — Sorceress Opeth — Sorceress
(Nuclear Blast NE 3822-2, 2016, CD)
Opeth — Pale Communion Opeth — Pale Communion
(Roadrunner Records RR7573-2, 2014, CD)
Opeth — Heritage Opeth — Heritage
(Roadrunner Records 1686-177052, 2011, CD)
Opeth — The Devil's Orchard - Live at Rock Hard Festival 2009 Opeth — The Devil's Orchard - Live at Rock Hard Festival 2009
(Rockhard no#, 2010, CD)
Opeth — Watershed Opeth — Watershed
(Roadrunner Records RR 7962-2, 2008, CD)
Opeth — The Roundhouse Tapes Opeth — The Roundhouse Tapes
(Peaceville CDVILEF209X, 2007, 2CD)
Opeth — Ghost Reveries Opeth — Ghost Reveries
(Roadrunner Records 168 618 123-2, 2005, CD)
Opeth — Lamentations - Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire 2003 Opeth — Lamentations - Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire 2003
(Koch KOC-DV-9540, 2004, DVD)
Opeth — Damnation Opeth — Damnation
(The End TE226-2, 2003/2012, CD)
Opeth — Deliverance Opeth — Deliverance
(The End TE 225-2, 2002/2012, CD)
Opeth — Blackwater Park Opeth — Blackwater Park
(The End TE224-2, 2001/2012, CD)
Opeth — Still Life Opeth — Still Life
(Peaceville CDVILE78, 1999, CD)
Opeth — My Arms, Your hearse Opeth — My Arms, Your hearse
(Candlelight CDL558CD, 1998/2015, CD)
Opeth — Morningrise Opeth — Morningrise
(Candlelight CDL587CD, 1996/2015, CD)
Opeth — Orchid Opeth — Orchid
(Candlelight CDL586CD, 1995/2015, CD)

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