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Morning Rise
Opeth
Morning Rise
Genres: Rock, Metal
 
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2003 remastered reissue of the Swedish death metal act's 1996 sophomore album is packaged in a limited edition logo embossed tin & features 6 tracks including 1 bonus track 'Eternal Soul Torture'. Candlelight.

      
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All Artists: Opeth
Title: Morning Rise
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Release Date: 11/4/2003
Album Type: Import
Genres: Rock, Metal
Styles: Progressive, Progressive Metal, Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 803341146129

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2003 remastered reissue of the Swedish death metal act's 1996 sophomore album is packaged in a limited edition logo embossed tin & features 6 tracks including 1 bonus track 'Eternal Soul Torture'. Candlelight.

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Opeths Earlier Works Are Also Some of the Best to Date
Corey Turner | Florida | 08/08/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Opeth are quite progressive (and heavy), while we do know they have come a long way nothing says it more like replaying their past catalog in order. "Morningrise" is one of the early albums reissued a long side a few others of Opeth's under Back to Black. Back to Black release many metal reissues around the 20$ or under range. All are colored vinyl and as far as I know even 180 gram (which you may see a lot of one or the other but both is hard to come by due to cost).

"Morningrise" though a little bit rougher production wise then "My Arms, Your Hearse" and sounds like a tin can in comparison to "Watershed" still holds. This album has a lot of metal styles, lots of interesting guitar riffs, and a bunch of crooked acoustics. Musically speaking its fluent in 'yes we know our chops'. Just like one of my previous reviews (on another band that is) this Opeth album suffers from the drums canceling some (but not nearly as many) of the nuances that really sets the group apart. Bottom figures are almost non existant on this album, yes many heavy thick guitars growling vocals and drum blows... but the sound doesn't roll off it cuts off before getting too low.

This reissue is o 180 gram dirty gray vinyl. The covers artwork isn't as liquid like as the Amazon image. The album is a bit more pasty black unlike the bluish scheme again the picture suggests. The artwork also looks a little bit pixelated I don't know if this is what they were trying to aim for. No inserts to be spoken of, 2lp set, gatefold cover, two black sleeves.

Out of the Opeth reissues the best to buy easily is still "My Arms, Your Hearse" retains somewhat greater sound quality, more leveled out music, and has always served as a good stepping stone into Opeth's unique line up of music. That reissue is on opaque blue vinyl."