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Opeth ‎– Morningrise (2LP 180gm White)

Opeth ‎– Morningrise (2LP 180gm White)
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Opeth ‎– Morningrise (2LP 180gm White)

"Morningrise is the second studio album by Swedish progressive metal band Opeth. It was released on 24th June 1996 in Europe by Candlelight Records and on 24th June 1997 in the United States by Century Black. It was reissued in 2000 on CD by Candlelight Records and on LP by Displeased Records. The LP was limited to 1000 copies. These reissues contains the bonus track "Eternal Soul Torture", an early recording from Opeth in 1992 (the lyrics for this song were written by founding member David Isberg). A special edition was released by Candlelight in 2003. The recording sessions took place at Unisound studio, in Örebro, between March and April 1996, and once more the band produced alongside Dan Swanö. Morningrise was the last Opeth album produced by Swanö. It was also the last Opeth release with drummer Anders Nordin and bassist Johan De Farfalla.

Morningrise showcases Opeth's signature style, exploring the dynamics between the combination of black metal and death metal vocals, and guitar parts with lighter progressive and acoustic elements. The album was very well received by critics, with some calling it "epic" and "perfect".

As the release of the first album was delayed, they had already written most part of Morningrise when Orchid was released. Although some parts of the material recorded date back to 1991, Mikael Åkerfeldt said, "the material we had been writing felt really fresh and new." Åkerfeldt and Lindgren wrote an instrumental piece that was meant to appear on the album, but they did not have enough time to finish it. Morningrise includes Opeth's longest song ever recorded, "Black Rose Immortal", with a length of 20 minutes and 15 seconds."  



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