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DELIVERANCE

Opeth

 

Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.76 | 707 ratings

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Kid.A
5 stars This is my favourite Opeth album so far.

Deliverance is Opeths most aggressive and hard album to date. The album opens with Wreath, and what an opener that is. This song is filled with great riffs, tempo changes and guitar solos. Its no nonsense, just pure metal godness.It takes you on a great ride.

The best song from the album is A Fair Judgement. Its also the most calm and quiet piece they put on this album. It works like glue to the other songs and a nice balance to the album. I think its one of the best songs opeth have ever written. Relaxing and beautiful solos. After around 4:35A Fair Judgement break into a different tempo and its these moments that makes listening to music so rewarding. Your hair stand up and you just want to scream, its just so good.

Each song is a major composition, but it's a record of layers, from tender, acoustic passages to ball-breaking death/speed metal riffs. Mostly you have to listen to Opeths albums a few times before they start the growing.

In Deliverance, Opeth came with the most heavy, energetic and dark sound ever experienced by the band, while materializing their peak force.

Awsome album!

Tracks : 6 Playing time: 61:52

Kid.A | 5/5 |

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