Opeth To Re-Release 1999s "Still Life" Album
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A new two-disc edition of OPETH's 1999 album Still Life is being released on March 31st via Peaceville Records. The set features a re-mastered stereo mix of the album on CD plus DVD with new 5.1 surround sound mix plus 'Face Of Melinda' filmed live in London. The artwork has been re-worked by original designer Travis Smith.
According to a press release, "Still Life was Opeth's first outing for Peaceville. Blessed with renewed enthusiasm, the band delivered yet another flawless gem of an album. Like My Arms, Your Hearse (1998) before it, Still Life was originally recorded under the watchful eye of engineer Fredrik Norddtrom at Gothenburg's Studio Fredman and Maestro Musik and has now been re-mastered and re-mixed by Jens Borgen.
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