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Posted by addiction on 22.04.2008 at 13:06
the last opeth thread reached the max of 500 posts....so this is the new one...:)
i've never started a topic before in about 4 years...but this is a good chance...:)
Opeth is a fantastic band, probably my favourite. i more or less like all their albums but i think i like blackwater park slightly more than the rest, maybe because it is the first one i ever listened to.
i am looking forwards to the new album and to see them live on the defenders of the faith tour in london in a few days!!!
anyway, you know the drill...discuss away....



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ThunderAxe1989
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  29.10.2014 at 03:10
I was on Opeth's official Facebook page and where it shows all your facebook friends who also liked the page, all the Opeth fans on my friends list happen to be some of the absolute coolest, most down to earth people I know. If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.

Edit: Now that I think about it, it's probably because (due to the nature of Opeth's music), it takes an open mind to get into them. Open mindedness plays a huge roll in being a cool, down to earth person I suppose.
deadone
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  29.10.2014 at 04:29
Written by ThunderAxe1989 on 29.10.2014 at 03:10

I was on Opeth's official Facebook page and where it shows all your facebook friends who also liked the page, all the Opeth fans on my friends list happen to be some of the absolute coolest, most down to earth people I know. If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.

Edit: Now that I think about it, it's probably because (due to the nature of Opeth's music), it takes an open mind to get into them. Open mindedness plays a huge roll in being a cool, down to earth person I suppose.



This made me laugh.
Ilham
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  29.10.2014 at 04:47
Written by ThunderAxe1989 on 29.10.2014 at 03:10

I was on Opeth's official Facebook page and where it shows all your facebook friends who also liked the page, all the Opeth fans on my friends list happen to be some of the absolute coolest, most down to earth people I know. If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.

Edit: Now that I think about it, it's probably because (due to the nature of Opeth's music), it takes an open mind to get into them. Open mindedness plays a huge roll in being a cool, down to earth person I suppose.

Ironically, this post is everything but open-minded and humble.
Daniell
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  29.10.2014 at 09:46
Written by ThunderAxe1989 on 29.10.2014 at 03:10

I was on Opeth's official Facebook page and where it shows all your facebook friends who also liked the page, all the Opeth fans on my friends list happen to be some of the absolute coolest, most down to earth people I know. If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.

Edit: Now that I think about it, it's probably because (due to the nature of Opeth's music), it takes an open mind to get into them. Open mindedness plays a huge roll in being a cool, down to earth person I suppose.


You're pushing the boundaries of what ridiculous means.
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GZA

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  29.10.2014 at 10:01
Methinks Mr. Thunderaxe didn't see Opeth's Facebook when Opeth didn't deliver the song they promised they would on time. Fans were anything but open minded, cool and tolerant.
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  29.10.2014 at 12:54
Written by Daniell on 29.10.2014 at 09:46


You're pushing the boundaries of what ridiculous means.


I thought usually I do it
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  29.10.2014 at 14:18
Written by Bad English on 29.10.2014 at 12:54

I thought usually I do it

Methinks you're not alone anymore.
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Mattybu

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  29.10.2014 at 21:42
Written by ThunderAxe1989 on 29.10.2014 at 03:10

I was on Opeth's official Facebook page and where it shows all your facebook friends who also liked the page, all the Opeth fans on my friends list happen to be some of the absolute coolest, most down to earth people I know. If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.


There is no connection. Usually attributing qualities of a tiny sample size to a much larger overall group doesn't provide a high level of accuracy when characterizing that group, either.
ThunderAxe1989
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  02.11.2014 at 02:21
Written by Daniell on 29.10.2014 at 09:46

Written by ThunderAxe1989 on 29.10.2014 at 03:10

I was on Opeth's official Facebook page and where it shows all your facebook friends who also liked the page, all the Opeth fans on my friends list happen to be some of the absolute coolest, most down to earth people I know. If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.

Edit: Now that I think about it, it's probably because (due to the nature of Opeth's music), it takes an open mind to get into them. Open mindedness plays a huge roll in being a cool, down to earth person I suppose.


You're pushing the boundaries of what ridiculous means.


I'm not an idiot, I understand that correlation does not equal causation, hence why I typed "If there's no connection between that and being an Opeth fan, it's the biggest coincidence I've seen yet.", Please bear in mind, also, that I was high when I posted that
Jaeryd
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  06.12.2014 at 00:26
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 29.10.2014 at 10:01

Methinks Mr. Thunderaxe didn't see Opeth's Facebook when Opeth didn't deliver the song they promised they would on time. Fans were anything but open minded, cool and tolerant.


Yep. If I remember correctly, people were flipping their shit.

I've personally met a ton of really cool Opeth fans, and some that were total douchebags. The music they like didn't have much to do with that at all.
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Oakdude

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  11.01.2015 at 00:59
I dont like any kind of growling/screaming vocals so I have a really hard time getting in to Opeth, I've listened to the Blackwater Park album a few times though because the music is just awesome.
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Nucky

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  20.01.2015 at 12:08
I haven't listened them for a while now.. Used to like them but now I just don't listen their music anymore..
Risto
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  20.01.2015 at 20:43
Written by Oakdude on 11.01.2015 at 00:59

I dont like any kind of growling/screaming vocals so I have a really hard time getting in to Opeth, I've listened to the Blackwater Park album a few times though because the music is just awesome.

That's how it all usually starts when we start getting into more extreme vocals, the instrumental quality sucks you in first
Oakdude

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  21.01.2015 at 17:46
Written by Risto on 20.01.2015 at 20:43

Written by Oakdude on 11.01.2015 at 00:59

I dont like any kind of growling/screaming vocals so I have a really hard time getting in to Opeth, I've listened to the Blackwater Park album a few times though because the music is just awesome.

That's how it all usually starts when we start getting into more extreme vocals, the instrumental quality sucks you in first


Haha yeah I've accepted the growling on In Flames first albums because the music is awesome, but I really doubt I'll start liking growling any time soon, to me it just sounds horrible.
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Sparkles

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  18.02.2015 at 10:26
Written by Oakdude on 11.01.2015 at 00:59

I dont like any kind of growling/screaming vocals so I have a really hard time getting in to Opeth, I've listened to the Blackwater Park album a few times though because the music is just awesome.


Dude just... wow. Ok so try listening to Damnation, watershed, Heritage and Pale Communion. there are maybe like 3 Growly vocal songs on watershed, the rest is ALL clean vocals. ]

Opeth is Great of course, My Opeth obsession is shall we say on Hiatus, as I am a bit burned out on them from a LOT of listening. But will be checking out pale communion soon, so we shall see. I own all Opeth albums from Orchid-Ghost Reveries, my fav is somewhere between Still Life, Blackwater Park, Deliverance and Damnation. And ghost Reveries is pretty beast too.
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AmyR

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  20.04.2015 at 06:42
Opeth is just one of those bands that you would have to put yourself in a calm environment in order to enjoy their music, especially with everything after Blackwater Park. Try having a very metal bubble bath while listening to an Opeth album. Earlier albums such as Orchid and Morningrise work in a wider variety of situations.
Sentinel65

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  18.05.2015 at 00:07
Written by Oakdude on 11.01.2015 at 00:59

I dont like any kind of growling/screaming vocals so I have a really hard time getting in to Opeth, I've listened to the Blackwater Park album a few times though because the music is just awesome.

That's how I started out too; I listened to their latest album and went onto albums like Damnation. I could tolerate the growling vocals, but I was really in it for the instruments. Eventually the vocals grew on me, and now I listen to more death metal and black metal.
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  01.06.2015 at 19:09
The first Opeth album I got into was Blackwater Park. I'm not sure why I was so hesitant. I was listening to bands like At the Gates and Death at the time, and I could stomach some acoustic guitar in my metal, however, something just didn't click right away. Eventually, Bleak was one of those songs that really peaked my interest after listening to the album a number of times. The patience definitely payed off.
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