Era - Opeth - Sorceress

7 thoughts on “ Era - Opeth - Sorceress

  1. Sorceress is a very versatile album, as most Opeth albums are. In Sorceress, Opeth explores new areas the band has never been to and experiments with different styles. The first single and title track sounds like progressive grunge as the chorus has a very "grungey" sound and it reveals an upbea /5.
  2. Aug 29,  · Opeth is back, and the progressive metal world rejoices because of it. There was no metal album being released this year that I was looking forward to more than ‘Sorceress,’ Opeth’s newest observation. And it was worth the wait, as they have released their strongest album in the past decade. No, the growls are not [ ]/
  3. "Sorceress," "The Wilde Flowers," "Chrysalis," and "Era" are all perfect examples of this. While each still have their quiet moments, they are mostly heavy tracks that remind you of Opeth's roots as a .
  4. Opeth main man Mikael Åkerfeldt takes some time to plug his latest cover appearance on your favorite metal rag, as well as their upcoming contribution to the Decibel Flexi Series.
  5. Dec 17,  · Terrific release. I've been a fan of Opeth for 12 years now and greatly appreciate all of their music. This album is no exception. The mixing could have been better, though it's far from disastrous. At times it sounds like the missing link between Watershed and Heritage/5(13).
  6. Oct 18,  · "Sorceress" is Opeth's newest example of their musical genius and virtuosity. There's not a bad song on the album; and there's a couple that are truly sensational (the title track 'Sorceress', 'Will O' the Wisp', and 'Era', are my favorites)/5().

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