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Still Life - from 1999 - was Opeth's fourth studio release and its first outing for Peaceville.
Armed with renewed enthusiasm, the band delivered a flawless gem of an album; an ambitious concept album focusing on a tale of forbidden love in dangerous times.
Featuring the extraordinary voice and poetic lyrics of Mikael Akerfeldt, Still Life's moods range from brutal passages of extreme metal to predominantly acoustic moments of breathtaking beauty, and is regarded as one of the defining releases in helping to mark Opeth's ascension towards being a dominant force in the world of metal and prog.
This 2017 limited double picture disc vinyl edition is presented in a gatefold sleeve featuring re-worked artwork by Travis Smith on both the sleeve and the vinyl prints, as well as featuring the band's iconic emblem on the cover.
A.1 The Moor
B.1 Godhead's Lament
C.1 Moonlapse Vertigo
C.2 Face Of Melinda
D.1 Serenity Painted Death
D.2 White Cluster