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Opeth: Book Of Opeth

Album Review

Progressive Swedes celebrate their 25th anniversary with a nice book.

Opeth have a lot to be proud of. They’ve pioneered a generation of progressive music, shifting the boundaries of metal in wonderful ways. For £40 (or £250 for a signed limited edition, complete with sleek black box) you can look back on their journey from obscurity to international stardom, as told by the band (mostly Mikael Åkerfeldt and ex-guitarist Peter Lindgren) – complete with photos (arguably, these are the stars of the show), and insights from collaborators like Steven Wilson. There’s also an exclusive seven-inch of acoustic versions of 2005’s Atonement and 1998’s Demon OfThe Fall.

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