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3 Reasons Why You Wont Want To Miss Opeths Upcoming Tour

Opeth embark on a iconic tour in celebration of the release of their new album and upcoming box set release.

Source: Facebook Official

Source: Facebook Official

Swedish prog metal legends Opeth are set to release their new album Sorceress at the end of September. Not only this, the metal alchemists will also be releasing a box set of material from the Deliverance/Damnation records. In anticipation and celebration for these two releases, Opeth are embarking on an epic world tour to the 3 historic and iconic music venues including: Radio City Music Hall in New York, Wembley Arena in New York and Australia infamous Sydney Opera House. The band will be performing two very different sets, a contrast of old and new, commencing with material from their new album Sorceress and ending with tracks from the Deliverance/Damnation years.

This will be a tour to remember as the band journey to epic landmarks of the music venue world. Here are 3 reasons why we don’t want to miss Opeth’s upcoming tour.

  1. Paying attention to the material that the band will be playing, it is hard to say you wont enjoy at least one set, you have the best of both worlds. A mixture of both old and new material is a great balance for a tour and it means old favourites will still be heard.
  2. Concentrating on the venue aspect, how atmospheric will these shows be…Answer = Very. Musically historical venues and you as a crowd member can make that history come to life at what would be a great show
  3. Think of the community you will have at each venue, all massive venues and only 3 dates. Alot of people from alot of places, a true gathering of fans.

 

 

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