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Artist Icon Opeth - Ghost Reveries
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Ghost Reveries is the eighth full-length studio album release by Swedish progressive death metal band Opeth. It is their first album since signing with Roadrunner Records and musically, is similar in-style to Deliverance. However, it retains the atmospheric elements of Damnation with clean vocals that carry a more gothic quality than what was heard in previous efforts.
Ghost Reveries occupies an important fulcrum in the band's membership. In addition to being the first album by Opeth to include keyboardist Per Wiberg as a "permanent" member (although Wiberg contributed keyboard work to Opeth's live performances starting around the time of Lamentations (Live at Shepherd's Bush Empire 2003), it is the last Opeth album to include drummer Martin Lopez and long-time guitarist Peter Lindgren.
The album's lone single is "The Grand Conjuration". A music video of the song has been released, though about half the song was edited from the video due to the length of the song along with the video not showing Lopez, for he had been sick and was temporarily replaced by Gene Hoglan.
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