Ghost Reveries (With DVD) Special Edition
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Opeth and Ghost Reveries have been hailed by Revolver Metal's most brilliant band, Kerrang! The best album that anyone will produce this year, Rolling Stone (Opeth create a shockingly beautiful thunder) and many more. The band has been featured and continue to receive accolades for their album and live show in every key mainstream, hard rock and metal publication, including Alternative Press, Rolling Stone, Revolver, Decibel, Guitar One, Metal Hammer, Kerrang! and many more. Girlie Action hired to work press for special edition and touring throughout the end of the year. Planning to expand our press reach and excite new publications about this exceptional album and the bonus elements. Special 2-disc CD/DVD set in a digipak with previously unreleased music, a making of the album, a 5.1 mix of the entire album and 1 promo video: the previously unreleased director's cut of ''The Grand Conjuration.''
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Top Customer Reviews
I was frightened that Opeth, now on a major label, would lose its musical integrity. I hope Roadrunner/Universal realize they have a gem here and to concentrate on the music; not the "almighty" dollar.
Opeth is a leader, not a follower. Support metal and buy all their albums. "Morningrise" and "Still Life" rule!
I love Opeth's take on this Deep Purple song and I really respect the fact that Opeth acknowledges the excellence of bands that have gone before them to create awesome and memorable rock music.
Fantastic album, this review is more or less directed to the insane price people are asking for the LP, $653 dollars? What?
Amazon, any chance you can get a normal priced copy of this album?
Most recent customer reviews
There's only one thing i never liked about Opeth (and all death metal for that matter) and its that demon-like voice that the singer uses in the heavy parts... Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2005