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someguest
October 13th 2011



20319 Comments


craperfeldt

Digging: Your Old Droog - Your Old Droog

KILL
October 13th 2011



70621 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

the funny thing is somefag actually hasnt even heard camel

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someguest
October 13th 2011



20319 Comments


heard you fucking one

does that count

KILL
October 14th 2011



70621 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

heheheheh

DarthMann
October 14th 2011



13476 Comments


KILL

Nifkin
October 14th 2011



90 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

This will probably go down as Opeth's most misunderstood album.

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artheist
October 15th 2011



3 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I don't fucking understand why people have to be disappointed with this album. I love this vintage and row atmosphere, but very inspired. Opeth just don't give a fuck on those fans that pretend Opeth to sing in some way. Fantastic album!

Vanwarp
October 16th 2011



86 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I would not say it is a definitive shift in direction, but it is perhaps more of a throwback to the 70's approach...which either works for you or not.

YouGotLucky
October 16th 2011



946 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

The beginning of the end. imo.

Akerfeldt is the only original member left. It's basically a solo project.

hybridstigmata
October 16th 2011



169 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I realize that Mikael is getting older and more mellow, and from watching recent interviews with him I don't see this as being a Damnation kind of move. I think he is going to ease himself out of the metal scene on the next album. The project that he is doing with Steven Wilson has been described as not anything metal, and watching the Bloodstock videos with him playing with Bloodbath further shows that he is aging, including his vocals. Either way, Opeth have released some of the greater albums to contribute to the metal genre. They are one of my favorite bands but I gotta say, the new cd is good for an average band, but I as well as most other people probably hold Opeth to a high standard because they've always delivered high grade material. Anyway, decent album, it has some good moments in it but I listened to it a few times through and forgot about it. Great review also.

theacademy
October 18th 2011



28258 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

opeth #heritage

MO
October 18th 2011



18261 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

" and watching the Bloodstock videos with him playing with Bloodbath further shows that he is aging, including his vocals."

this SO hard

I honestly won't be surprised to hear him leaving Bloodbath sometime soon. There's no way he can keep it going with how his growls are sounding now.

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froghawk
October 18th 2011



126 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

'So this review should be written around how you personally feel but completely neglect the general population? Pretty dumb comment if you ask me. Review is perfect.'

Absolutely not! You're not getting what I was saying at all. I don't think the general public considers Hail to the Thief and 10,000 Days to be massive disappointments, and many of the comments here support that. The reviewer seems to be off with the general public's perception here.

terminusest
November 13th 2011



96 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

TERRIBLE album.

AngelofDeath
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2011



16134 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol

balcaen
November 13th 2011



3183 Comments


FAIRLY OKAY album

MO
November 13th 2011



18261 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

awesome album

RosaParks
November 13th 2011



14592 Comments


Opeth album

balcaen
November 13th 2011



3183 Comments


Opeth album


actually, this

pizzamachine
November 13th 2011



12571 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Solid album, just a bit boring.



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