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Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse CD (album) cover




Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

3.94 | 772 ratings

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5 stars Striking album with mind blowing harmonies.

This album is one of the "dark" albums that bear harmonical elegance. (Even though Mikael Åkerfeldt has a progre..yeaah! kind of composition insight. That brings harmonical division between riffs and can seem less cheesy to listener. I must allow that it looks a little bit weird from third person view. You may have to listen these songs few times for feeling right.). Harmonical elegance refers to not having snow effect in riffs. This album not obligate you to put emotional meanings on riffs/melodies- gives it. It shares the emotion. Like all Opeth albums.

I not going to comment on tracks one by one. I think you should listen this album carefully and look at cover art on your free times.

Madrigal is darkest piece of music i have ever heard.

squadron | 5/5 |


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