Opeth unveil new live video for Demon of the Fall
On November 2nd, Swedish Progressive Metal legends Opeth will release their new live album ‘Garden of the Titans: Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre’ via Moderbolaget Records / Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Captured for DVD, Blu-ray and vinyl formats during their performance on May 11th, 2017 at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, CO, this concert showcases the unique beauty of both classic and new Opeth tracks. Today, the band unveils the second video from this performance. Watch the epic Demon of the Fall here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Stream or download the single here: http://nblast.de/
Ahead of the album, Opeth will release the limited 10” vinyl ‘Ghost of Perdition (Live)’ on October 19th. Side A contains the haunting live version of the band’s classic Ghost of Perdition, while the previously released Sorceress (live) can be found on Side B. The release is available in the following formats:
10″ pink sparkle in sleeve (limited to 700)
10″ violet sparkle in sleeve (NB mailorder exclusive, limited to 300)
10″ toffee in sleeve (US NB mailorder exclusive, limited to 250)
10″ summer bronze in sleeve (US NB mailorder exclusive, limited to 250)
Just recently, the band announced that they will headline Inferno Metal Festival in 2019:
18. – 21.04. N Oslo – Inferno Metal Festival
In case you missed this first excerpt, you can listen to Sorceress (live), here:
Always an unstoppable force for uniqueness amid a sea of generic swill, Opeth has been setting the rulebook ablaze, and ploughing a uniquely progressive and exploratory furrow for over 25 years now. Neither conforming nor exhibiting any desire to be restricted to a single genre, Opeth, quite simply, has a time honoured tradition of blowing our minds with both class and forward thinking. All these years later, nothing and everything has changed once again with their most recent album, Sorceress.
Sorceress was released in September 2016. For the band’s first effort for Nuclear Blast via Opeth’s imprint label Moderbolaget Records, the group returned to Rockfield Studios in Wales, also home to pivotal releases from Queen, Rush and Judas Priest, where the Swedes had tracked ‘Pale Communion’ in 2014 with Tom Dalgety.
Photo credit: Steve Thrasher