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If you like good music, give this album a listen.
I like all of Opeth's music but I do feel that this album already feels much better than heritage in terms of coherence and having more of a nice overall groove to it.
It's very possible to still sound metal as all get out with a clean guitar, none prove this more than Mikael Akerfeldt.
Great Prog-Rock album. I now will proceed with buying the rest of the Opeth catalog knowing that they are satisfactory in conveyance of the genre!Published 1 day ago by G. Morningstar
The sound is fantastic and the presentation and artwork looks amazing, only downside in my opinion is that the digital version included comes in mp3 format, i wish they included a... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jorge Toral
This album is a let down. Where Heritage was different, it was also impressive. I feel like they tried to out do the prog rock of the previous album and overshot the mark. Read morePublished 3 days ago by D. A. Pretti
Opeth continues down the path to prog rock heaven that they started with 'Heritage.' If you didn't like that one, there isn't anything on 'Pale Communion' that is going to bring... Read morePublished 6 days ago by brjoro
Really like this album. A lot better than Heritage. Missing their heavier work though.Published 13 days ago by Chris Rocco
A surprisingly different musical direction than their earlier releases. For those looking for another "Blackwater Park" or "Watershed", turn away, unless you are of... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Andrew
Great album. Very jazzy, proggy. A giant step away from their previous efforts......so, if you wanna hear Akerfeldt thrown down the gauntlet, better jam some old-school Bloodbath. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Hammer Smashed Broccoli