7 Nov 2019, 10am
8 Nov 2019, 10am
LAMC Productions is excited to announce that Swedish masters of progressive metal Opeth will perform in Singapore on 08 December, 2019, Sunday, at Live at The Crossroads!
The band has recently released their thirteenth album ‘In Cauda Venenum’, an engaging, panoramic and intense oeuvre which promises its ability to charm with delightful and wistful melodies.
'A band that has and will always be an absolute force of nature in the music world.'
- 100% Rock Magazine
Gear up for an in-depth rock luxury with Opeth’s upcoming performance!
Approximately 1 hour with no interval
Rating / Age Limit
- Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
- Infants in arms or children below the age of 18 shall not be admitted.
- Patron 18 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry.
Photography / Video Recording Rules
- No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.
Sweden's Opeth are one of the most influential heavy metal groups to emerge from Northern Europe. They have traveled a long way since their humble beginnings in Huddinge, a small town south of Stockholm. Formed in 1990 by David Isberg (vocals) and Åkerfeldt (guitars) to create the “most evil band in the world,” Opeth would first require an actual band to partake in such a venomous venture.
Now, 13 records into their career and a few lineup changes to boot—Åkerfeldt is the only original member remaining—the band that started out of nothing has gone on to tour the world, sell more than two million records, and change the face of the heaviest of metals. “In Cauda Venenum” is Opeth’s finest hour.
‘Opeth have thoroughly revisioned prog rock for the 21st century. While there are referents to the past, they have merely been folded into a brand of heavy music that reflects not progressive rock's history, but Opeth's enduring, evolving image.’ - AllMusic
“This is me,”Åkerfeldt says. “This is Opeth. I think by now fans will recognize—at least I hope they do—my writing style, our sound, what we do as a band. There are a lot of surprises on “In Cauda Venenum…” Where Opeth go from here, it’s on tour in support of the album. The previous touring cycle for Sorceress was two-years, so expectations for the Swedes ring the world into 2021. Clearly, since the bi-lingual brilliance of “In Cauda Venenum” has been released, Opeth’s dedicated fanbase will be eager to hear, absorb, and experience the record in the flesh. As for what Åkerfeldt wants from his ardent followers is for them to appreciate the latest Opeth chapter in the same way they have 1996’s “Morningrise”, 2003’s “Damnation”, and 2014’s “Pale Communion”.
“Opeth’s chemistry feels as tight as it is playful, heartfelt as it is engaging, as they explore a plethora of intriguing and majestic sounds… In Cauda Venenum is among Opeth’s strongest albums when it comes to the band’s progressive sensibilities.” - Consequence of Sound