19:55 - Apothecary Ehhh, Morningrise will forever be Opeth's best in my book. My Arms, Your Hearse is a close #2 though
19:37 - Jericho Rehling they played with Mastodon and Ghost so it was still a good night. its hard to listen to soft music standing up though so I lost interest.
19:26 - Zaphod Yikes, glad I never saw them around that time. Last time they had a good balance between old and new.
19:24 - Jericho Rehling I saw Opeth about a year after Heritage came out. they played two songs with harsh vocals in two hours
19:19 - Zaphod Yeah, last I saw them he joked about the new vs old as well. Shows he's at least aware of the fan reaction to recent releases.
19:17 - !J.O.O.E.! Mikael would probably make a joke about it before playing it so I guess that would ease the audience a bit. I recall he did the same years ago before playing something off Watershed.
19:15 - Zaphod Yeah, seems to be the way to go. I guess most people would stay though.
I like this album. Even though I don't consider it the jewel of Saint Vitus' discography, it's still pleasant to my ears. Dave Chandler's crushing riffs (and trademark vibratos) supported by Mark Adams' bass lines and Armando Acosta's drum beats make your head bang, while Scott Reagers' ghastly voice invites you to the horror show.
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 02.08.2014 at 19:23 I think so yeah. I caught a bit of an interview with the band and the guy asking questions seemed to pronounce it that way and the band didn't say anything about it.