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Sunday, January 16, 2011

Opeth - Damnation (2003)

Damnation is the seventh full-length studio album by the progressive death metal band Opeth. It was released five months after the Deliverance which was recorded at the same time. The album was a radical departure from their typical death metal sound and into the much softer, 1970s progressive rock genre and features no growled vocals. Damnation was entirely devoid of the musical elements of death metal and instead showcased a 1970s progressive rock vibe, with clean vocals and guitar sounds and prominent mellotron. The album was also produced by Steven Wilson, who contributed backing vocals and keyboards, and co-wrote one song, "Death Whispered a Lullaby." Mikael Åkerfeldt dedicated Deliverance and Damnation to his grandmother, who died in a car accident during the recording. - Wikipedia

Mikael Åkerfeldt – Vocals, Guitar
Peter Lindgren – Guitar
Martin Mendez – Bass Guitar
Martin Lopez – Drums, Percussion
Steven Wilson − Keyboards, Piano, Mellotron, Backing Vocals

1. Windowpane (7:45)
2. In My Time of Need (5:50)
3. Death Whispered a Lullaby (5:50)
4. Closure (5:16)
5. Hope Leaves (4:30)
6. To Rid the Disease (6:21)
7. Ending Credits (3:39)
8. Weakness (4:09)

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