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Still Life

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Category: Melodic Death Metal

Year: 1999

Label: Peaceville (ENG)

Catalog Number: CDVILE78

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Opeth Still Life Album Cover

Mikael Akerfeldt guitars, all vocals
Peter Lindgren guitars
Martin Lopez drums
Martin Mendez bass

Fourth album. Opeth changed their label from Century Media to Peaceville.
1.  The Moor  11:28
2.  Godhead's Lament  9:47
3.  Benighted  5:01
4.  Moonlapse Vertigo  9:00
5.  Face Of Melinda  7:59
6.  Serenity Painted Death  9:14
7.  White Cluster  10:02
Total Running Time:  62:31

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From: Shoey Date: July 26, 2001 at 11:26
Opeth are truly in a class of their own. Their beautiful melodic take of black metal is refreshing, when so many black metal bands are doing the same thing. Face of Melinda is truly beautiful, along with Benighted. Then on the heavier and technical side, The Moor, Moonlapse Vertigo and Godhead's Lament are true epic songs. If you can seem to get into black metal, Opeth are the band for you. Still Life is definitely an album anyone who likes any type of metal shoud have!

From: metaldieu Date: August 5, 2002 at 8:47
opeth is actually death metal with progressive parts , also it's a must for black metalfans, opeth has one of the highest levels in the scene, you can't compare them with another. This cd may be not their best but still it's certainly essential and very high recommended 9.5/10

From: SadisticSurgeon Date: June 16, 2004 at 18:59
Fantastic album people! Great dynamics on 'The Moor'. 'Face Of Melinda' is pure clean-vocal brilliance. Some say you need an attention span - thats crap - every moment is as innovative and dynamic as the last. Opeth are genious of prog. death.

From: vialamoon Date: October 22, 2004 at 13:44
a beautiful album as long as you're not from the school of "beautiful is not as good as evil." Although it is that, too. Only thing that could be better about it...they could have stood to turn the bass up on the mix. M.M. is one of the most talented bassists, like...ever.

From: Black Angel Date: December 28, 2004 at 14:21
OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHH MYYYYY GOOOOOOOOD, THIS IS GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD' extremely great progressive Death Metal band, buy the new cd Damnation, i ts the best with this one (Still Life) and Deliverance

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: March 9, 2014 at 22:31
Beginning with Still Life and ending with Ghost Reveries, Opeth went on a five-album hot streak. Thisdisc is somewhat overshadowed by its towering follow-up, Blackwater Park, but it's a hell of an album all the same. Highlights are "The Moor" with its slow, building intro, and the acoustic, ethereal "Benighted," but really, the whole disc is great.

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