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OPETH Kick Off North American Co-Headlining Tour With Mastodon

OPETH will kick off their co-headlining tour with Mastodon TONIGHT, April 21st, in Montreal, Quebec. The journey will make its way through sixteen US and Canadian cities, coming to a close on May 11th in Riverside, California. Support will be provided by special guests Khemmis. Get your tickets at www.opeth.com/tour-dates.

OPETH is peerless. Since 1990, the Swedes have eclipsed convention, defiantly crushed the odds, and, most importantly, crafted thirteen stunningly beautiful, intrinsically intense albums to become one of the biggest progressive rock/metal bands on the planet… And they’re only getting better, even after selling more than two million records and hitting the #1 in the German album charts with their album Sorceress in 2016. Now, the band will release In Cauda Venenum (Extended Edition) on May 13th via Atomic Fire Records. The release, available on digipak, contains the English and Swedish versions of OPETH’s latest album In Cauda Venenum with new illustrations by internationally renowned Travis Smith in the booklet as well as a third CD featuring three unreleased bonus tracks, both in English and Swedish. In Cauda Venenum (Extended Edition) is now available for preorder HERE. Additionally, the album’s limited Connoisseur Edition vinyl boxset which includes the same bonus tracks but remastered by frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt specifically for vinyl, will be available in the North American retail stores for the first time. Both album editions will also be available at the band’s merch table throughout the current North American tour.

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