Who mixed cauda Venenum?

Who mixed cauda Venenum?

Who mixed cauda Venenum?


Artist Credit
Martín Mendez Guitar (Bass)
Bruno K. Öijer Spoken Word
Opeth Engineer, Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer
Olof Palme Spoken Word

Is Opeth good?

But it does satisfyingly show that, even after 13 records, Opeth are a band still looking for new things to do and throwing themselves into them with both feet. And though it may leave some fans of the band’s more metal phase wanting once again, a walk through Mikael Åkerfeldt’s musical brain is always a rewarding one.

What does the word Opeth mean?

Opeth was formed as a death metal band in 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden, by lead vocalist David Isberg. The band name was derived from the word “Opet”, taken from the Wilbur Smith novel The Sunbird. In this novel, Opet is the name of a fictional Phoenician city in South Africa translated as “City of the Moon”.

Who produced in cauda Venenum?

In Cauda Venenum
Length 67:57
Language English Swedish
Label Moderbolaget Nuclear Blast
Producer Opeth Mikael Åkerfeldt Stefan Boman Dave Stewart

Where do I start with Opeth?

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When did opeth become prog?

For any performer or band, hardcore fans can be both a blessing and a curse – something Opeth, the Swedish progressive-metal band formed in 1990, discovered in 2011, when it shifted from an early, epic death-metal style heard on classic LPs like Blackwater Park and Ghost Reveries toward a purer strain of old-school …