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Le 24 juin 1996 parait le deuxieme volet de la trilogie candlelight(record), un album d une magie intemporelle!! progressive a souhait 76 minutes pour cinq titres seulement!! la musique est violente mais tres douce en meme temps avec une basse incroyablement dansante, hypnotique, deversant son groove fabuleux tout le long de ce chef doeuvre!! car oui on parle bien de chef doeuvre, voir d oeuvre d art, de pierre angulaire musicale!! les morceaux s etirent avec un feeling, une beaute, une emotion sans pareil ou l acoustique est presque maitre. laissant la paire. akerfeldt lindgren se repondre l un et l autre ,les melodies guitaristiques sont, limpides et magiques!!! la voix de maestro mickael a fleur de peau en clair, presque fragile, si authentique, si belle, si rare,mais pas anectotique, si particuliere en growl vous glacant le sang a coup sure!! the night silent water durant 11 minutes d une richesse sans limites, vous faisant voyager dans les spheres de l au dela!! suivi d un nectar portant bien son nom, hum, un regal auditif(ecouter le passage a 27 minutes,ca s envole encore, c est ca le mythique), on plane sans jamais redescendre sur ce soleil noirl!! black rose immortal nous acheve le coeur et l ame!! et que dire de to bid you farewel: que opeth a fait aussi bien que les floyd, led zep en incorporant un death progressive le tout en parfois 20 minutes pour to bid you farewel!! du jamais vu, du jamais entendu, de l unique, du puissant, du beau!! est ne morningrise le grand, morningrise le legendaire!!
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Alors que dire d'autre que c'est juste magnifique pour ceux qui comme moi aime le métal et rock progressif:
-La brutalité avec le growl de Mickeal !
-La coté mélodique/mélancolique sur les parties douces des pistes 2, 3, 4 et bien sur la 5 To bid you farewell.
-Un côté ou on se sent transporté par la musique (Exemple avec Black Rose Immortal à partir de la 9 minute: jamais entendu une mélodie limite nostalgique qui me donne autant de frisson avec le duo de guitares Lindgren/Akerfeldt sur environ 2 minutes...

Enfin bref que du bonheur ! à leur top les gars en même temps avec Opeth comment dire c'est le seul groupe musical ou j'arrive à écouter leurs albums du début à la fin (moins vrai depuis Watershed mais bon...)
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ceci était pour un cadeau de noël, apparemment il a fait mouche. donc je ne peut dire que cela mais content de mon achat.
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HASH(0x93f7e888) étoiles sur 5 Original, visual, romantic, poignant, beautiful... 24 décembre 2001
Par Lord Chimp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Does Opeth introduce the extreme metal world to the glorified complexities of progressive rock? Or do they merge the dynamic, anti-song qualities of prog with an aesthetic of death metal? I guess it doesn't matter, but whatever they're doing, they're doing it brilliantly. Based on a blend of Swedish death metal, melodic progressive rock, and acoustic interludes, they can't be classified easily. In the end, though, classifications are irrelevant. To sum the band up quickly, Opeth presents a ceaseless onslaught of dynamics, where a grinding metal assault (with death growls) can be exchanged for a gorgeous acoustic lull (with soft "clean" vocals) in a heartbeat. However, though the change happens very often, it never becomes a cliché of itself. It's perfectly natural and fits well, never disrupting a song's flow. Apart from Opeth's musical brilliance, they have a knack for conveying real emotion and beauty in their music. This album also just about has the coolest title ever - Morningrise.
The album features only five songs. This is no EP, however. Impressively, the shortest song here is about 10 minutes ("Advent") and the longest track is an incredible 20 minutes ("Black Rose Immortal"). Or at least that's what the back of the CD case says. It's hard to believe it, though. After all, when listening to the music of Morningrise, time slips away and long epic songs end far too quickly. 10-minute songs seem to end in 4 minutes... the 20-minute opus feels no more than 10-minutes. When the album is over, the listener is not exhausted...one is compelled by Opeth's seducing power to play the album again and again.
It is not, however, an easy album to put together on the cerebral level, even considering their epic nature. Individual songs don't involve repeated themes...they just flow smoothly from one movement to another. While most bands will reuse themes and melodies to establish cohesion, Opeth just goes through movements with less regard for unity. A gale of heaviness will assault you at one moment, only to replaced by a beautiful acoustic passage the next. I like what AMG's William York wrote about the album. He said: "[The musical changes] happen much like scenes changes in a movie, as there is very little repetition within the songs...the tracks here could best be described as miniature audio movies." Because of this unusual writing style, the songs on Morningrise don't really "stick." The album is very melodic, but without repetition, it doesn't sink in too fast. Only through countless listens can Morningrise be pieced together and understood musically. This is no chore, however -- it is a musical experience rivaled by few albums I've heard. There is also the possibility that the album may be some sort of concept (lyrically, all the songs seem to be about lost love). The lyrics are very visual and poetic...nothing like the Satanic-orgy-murder-sacrifice krap one might expect from an album with death metal vocals. The lyrics, like the music, are fairly unbound in terms of structure, again making it difficult to assemble mentally. There are no verse-chorus-verse-chorus structures here...nothing that even resembles conventional song structure.
I expected one problem: the lyrics are pretty spaced out, and I thought the epic songs would need lots of superfluous instrumental padding. Normally this is a criticism I raise against the many bands who meander into "nowhere land" with tripped jamming. (Usually long songs require lots of lyrical sections to give them form and cohesion.) Remarkably, Opeth easily evades any such reproach. The instrumental sections are never boring. The band's instrumental interplay is nothing short of brilliant, each passage meticulously constructed melodically. This is not random jamming. The detail, precision, and distinctness of the instrumental sections is nothing short of stunning, and they never release the fettered listener from their vice-like grip.
Tracks 1 to 4 are all fairly similar (but not interchangeable), blending amazing heavy-but-melodic riffing with sumptuous acoustic sections. The track that really sticks out musically is the 11-minute ballad "To Bid You Farewell." For seven minutes it is beautiful acoustic melodies and clean vocals. There is a brief but powerful electric section near the finale, but the soft vocals persist...there is no growling in this song! It doesn't matter that I haven't heard every ballad ever written...this is still one of the best ever! (Listen to the interplay between the acoustic guitars and the bass, and how it builds to the heavy part...so cool.) Vocalist/guitarist/lyricist Mikael Akerfeldt seems to be a romantic at heart, and I admire that. His vocals have improved tremendously on later records (especially his growl, but also his clean singing and enunciation). Still, he sounds excellent here -- full of passion. He's a favorite.
Morningrise is absolutely one of the most unique albums I've ever heard. But being original doesn't automatically make you good. Without the melodic sense and the passion to back it up, originality doesn't mean that much. Opeth is one of the rare bands with everything. I'm sure some people would sell their souls to have this band's sophistication and ingeniousness.
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HASH(0x9413c5d0) étoiles sur 5 Morningrise Returns... 31 juillet 2003
Par Nicholas Alla Koholick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Much like my other Opeth reviews, I have to say that listening to an album of this caliber and then attempting to convey the feelings it arouses in the form of words is both foolish and futile. Nothing can prepare you for Opeth. Although the band has attracted its share of detractors now, I must say that any music listener with an open mind and long attention span should find hours of perplexing enjoyment here. Those who fail to understand, power to ya, but don't pollute this website with tasteless reviews on why you hate Opeth.
Morningrise is different from every other Opeth album. Each has its own appeal, something you look for as you're listening. With My Arms, Your Hearse it is the aggression and heavy riffs that I search for as I listen. With Still Life I listen for the enchanting vocal performance given by Mikael Akerfeldt. Blackwater Park has everything. Aggression, melody, awesome growling, awesome singing, beautiful acoustics, sweet riffs, and progressive song lengths. On here it is just the riffs. Oh, the riffs. And the twin guitar melodies. Amazing. The lyrics pale in comparison to future albums', although they are still good, and Akerfeldt has a different style of singing here. It's more of a black-metallish high shriek than the deep inhuman growl of late, and his clean vocal performance is less catchy and haunting. Therefore the guitar leads and segues into acoustic dreamland are what I look forward to when sitting back to this eclectic journey of a CD. The mood given by the amazing guitar lines on Morningrise make it my favorite, with Blackwater Park a close second.
Morningrise is also the least 'metal' of all their albums. When compared to MAYH or Deliverance, it is very soft. While those make Pantera and At the Gates sound light, Morningrise is like a heavy thrash album. The riffs do not reverberate in your skull like the opening to "Bleak," or "Godhead's Lament," or "When." They glide soothing over you, flowing in an ambient manner, rather than a percussive one. The song lengths are also unbelievable. There are five songs here, the average length 13 minutes or so, the longest being "Black Rose Immortal," at a Dream Theater-esque 20 minutes! An epic album in all proportions.
"Advent" kicks the album off with a short acoustic beginning and following with a 12-minute rollercoaster of double-bass drums and awesome riff after awesome riff, balanced with the needed, yet arbitrary acoustic interludes spicing up the mix. "The Night and the Silent Water" is a much more laid-back track, with less aggression, clocking at about 11 minutes. "Nectar" is another piledriver, this time with Medieval-sounding riffs similar to In Flames. "Black Rose Immortal" is the epic, which feels 8 minutes long at most. "To Bid You Farewell" is a largely jazzy-acoustic/clean vocals all through piece, with a bit of electric guitar finishing it off.
Opeth are beyond death metal. The incorporation of acoustic guitar is what makes them sound so classical. Many people compare bands like Suffocation or Emperor to the likes of Beethoven and Mozart. That's not accurate. Here's the real statement:
If Beethoven, Mozart, Grieg, and Mahler were transported to the present and were forced to form a rock band together, it would sound something like Opeth's Morningrise.
***This is a reissue, containing the bonus track "Eternal Soul Torture," a rough, poorly produced demo that was later cut up and used for the other songs. It sort of throws off the album's mood, but whatever.
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HASH(0x939206cc) étoiles sur 5 "I Am Awaiting The Sunrise..." 15 novembre 2002
Par Nicholas Alla Koholick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Much like my other Opeth reviews, I have to say that listening to an album of this caliber and then attempting to convey the feelings it arouses in the form of words is both foolish and futile. Nothing can prepare you for Opeth. Although the band has attracted its share of detractors now, I must say that any music listener with an open mind and long attention span should find hours of perplexing enjoyment here. Those who fail to understand, power to ya, but don't pollute this website with tasteless reviews on why you hate Opeth.
Morningrise is different from every other Opeth album. Each has its own appeal, something you look for as you're listening. With My Arms, Your Hearse it is the aggression and heavy riffs that I search for as I listen. With Still Life I listen for the enchanting vocal performance given by Mikael Akerfeldt. Blackwater Park has everything. Aggression, melody, awesome growling, awesome singing, beautiful acoustics, sweet riffs, and progressive song lengths. On here it is just the riffs. Oh, the riffs. And the twin guitar melodies. Amazing. The lyrics pale in comparison to future albums', although they are still good, and Akerfeldt has a different style of singing here. It's more of a black-metallish high shriek than the deep inhuman growl of late, and his clean vocal performance is less catchy and haunting. Therefore the guitar leads and segues into acoustic dreamland are what I look forward to when sitting back to this eclectic journey of a CD. The mood given by the amazing guitar lines on Morningrise make it my favorite, with Blackwater Park a close second.
Morningrise is also the least 'metal' of all their albums. When compared to MAYH or Deliverance, it is very soft. While those make Pantera and At the Gates sound light, Morningrise is like a heavy thrash album. The riffs do not reverberate in your skull like the opening to "Bleak," or "Godhead's Lament," or "When." They glide soothing over you, flowing in an ambient manner, rather than a percussive one. The song lengths are also unbelievable. There are five songs here, the average length 13 minutes or so, the longest being "Black Rose Immortal," at a Dream Theater-esque 20 minutes! An epic album in all proportions.
"Advent" kicks the album off with a short acoustic beginning and following with a 12-minute rollercoaster of double-bass drums and awesome riff after awesome riff, balanced with the needed, yet arbitrary acoustic interludes spicing up the mix. "The Night and the Silent Water" is a much more laid-back track, with less aggression, clocking at about 11 minutes. "Nectar" is another piledriver, this time with Medieval-sounding riffs similar to In Flames. "Black Rose Immortal" is the epic, which feels 8 minutes long at most. "To Bid You Farewell" is a largely jazzy-acoustic/clean vocals all through piece, with a bit of electric guitar finishing it off.
Opeth are beyond death metal. The incorporation of acoustic guitar is what makes them sound so classical. Many people compare bands like Suffocation or Emperor to the likes of Beethoven and Mozart. That's not accurate. Here's the real statement:
If Beethoven, Mozart, Grieg, and Mahler were transported to the present and were forced to form a rock band together, it would sound something like Opeth's Morningrise.
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HASH(0x938e1600) étoiles sur 5 Succor for the Discouraged Ones 1 septembre 2003
Par James F. Colobus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Humans are naturally drawn to beauty in its myriad forms. A woman, a wild animal, a great metal album - each is beautiful in its own way, ceaselessly entreating us to appreciate it. Yet curiously not everyone heeds beauty's call. Some are unmoved by the sight of a comely woman, others slay animals for sport, and then there are those who repudiate metal. "It's just noise" is a common complaint by many of the uninformed. Others look down their noses and spit, "It's only pathetic losers who listen to metal!"

Pity the Discouraged Ones, for it is they who ignore the beauty before them. If only they would open their minds and ears to the wonders that metal provides the adventurous spirit, a sumptuous buffet of ideas and emotions awaits them.
Amongst the cornucopia that is my metal collection sits an object of such beauty, no words I write can do it justice. And yet, I feel I must persevere with this review if only so that a few of the uninitiated may join the fold of brothers and sisters united in their ardor for metal. Ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to make the acquaintance of Morningrise, the most beautiful death metal album ever created.
Morningrise is the captivating creation of Opeth, arguably Sweden's most accomplished metal band. There are only a handful of geniuses in the rock music scene today, and Opeth guitarist/vocalist Michael Akerfeldt is most assuredly one of them. Morningrise is simply stunning and, unlike with most death metal albums, its power and grace become apparent as early as the first listen.
If you're like me, you remember a time when we naively thought Entombed's Clandestine and At the Gates' Slaughter of the Soul would never be topped. But then along came Morningrise which bludgeoned those death metal classics effortlessly. Like most Opeth albums, Morningrise is oddly soothing despite its stylistic fluctuations. Akerfeldt alternates between guttural and clean vocals with such subtlety that at times you don't even notice the transition.
The first track, "Advent", sets the standard so high, it is nothing short of miraculous that Opeth are able to match it again four times over by the end of the album. Throughout the album, the listener's senses are repeatedly aroused by moments of feral aggression only to be becalmed by passages of blissful tranquility. The effect is to leave the listener a bit dazed the way one feels upon emerging from a theater after viewing a particularly moving film. Yet Morningrise is somehow even more spectacular than a powerful film in that it invites the listener to conjure up his or her own images while experiencing it. I will not even attempt to waste empty words on the merits of individual songs when to truly appreciate them, it is the music, not my prose, that you must experience. Uplifting and life-affirming, Morningrise is an album to be cherished.
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HASH(0x93e0fe64) étoiles sur 5 BLOWN AWAY! 26 janvier 2005
Par Karen Jaime - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Amazon.com samples do not do this band any justice(espesially when you only hear 30 seconds on 10min. songs). Opeth must be one of the most musically talented bands on the planet. Their music is on so many levels it's impossible to categorize. And hearing the Death Metal parts of their music on these 30 second samples is only the begining and there is so much more to these songs. It is like hearing poetry when you listen to them. AMAZING! MUST BUY! Try Albums like Orcid, Morningrise, My Arms, Your Hearst. Try These before buying the newer albums.
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