8-Bit. Opeth. Still Life. Do I really need to say more? I do?? Seriously?!
Okay, let’s go ahead and just say that Still Life is one of Opeth’s greatest albums. It features a fantastic story and the album opens up with “The Moor”, which is quite possibly one of the most “headbang” worthy tracks the band has ever released. If you haven’t listened to the song, check it out here and prepare to destroy everything in your path the moment the 3:27 mark hits.
However, in the meanwhile, head on down to blast some Opeth as though you’re playing some NES. After all, what could be better?
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