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New Opeth album ”In Cauda Venenum” box w/ blu-ray 5.1

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antoine555

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Altiiing taar sluuuuttttt :LB

Well, a couple of months after, I can still say that I love this album. A lot. It will stay with the other big Opeth releases (Still Life, BW Park, D&D, Pale Communion).
I think I've listened to it more than I've listened to Pale Communion in fact.

And in Swedish, I don't like dubbed versions, like in foreign (non French for me) movies :QQlove
 


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