11:07 - Syk same here as SSUS except I rarely order online Fordy, which e-stores do you use?
10:57 - ScreamingSteelUS Same, Fordy. I dislike downloading - illegally out of principle and legally out of personal preference - so I always get physical copies. Usually from Amazon. Occasionally from a real store.
10:55 - Fordy I've never been a fan of downloading music, so even if I had to pay $35 for a cd, I would rather a physical copy. But, most of the time I can get albums online for cheap.
10:26 - ScreamingSteelUS I got lucky and found three Opeth albums for $6 a piece when I saw them at the New England Metal & Hardcore Fest. Usually, CDs in America (where I am, at least) are between $10 and $20, though $15 is my limit usually.
10:06 - Zaphod 25€/$ is a common price, but you're still a moron for paying it because you can probably get it cheaper, and even if you can't, you're still getting ripped off, so download it instead and wait till you find a better bargain.
01. The Tragedy Within 02. Beyond Inner Sleep 03. A Deadly Path 04. Passage 05. Dead Emotion [Paradise Lost cover] 06. Hypia 07. 2nd War In Heaven 08. A Desire To Leave 1 - Obscurity 2 - Surrounding Hell 3 - ...Of Leaving
Summoning The Bygones is another one of those releases that feels like it's a lot of really interesting, well-thought out components, combined together make an underwhelming experience, all things considered.
I understood that this is a re-recording of their debut plus a couple of new songs (and Dan Swano as a guest vocalist). should be interesting but I kinda wished that they would move on from their older stuff and build upon the great Sudden Death Syndrome
The drumming on this album sucked for me. boring as hell, i love the guitar playing and general atmosphere but the drumming killed it for me. you keep thinking "oh man this would be a great time for a nice black metal fill here or there" and it never comes.