Opeth’s ‘An Evening of Sorcery, Damnation & Deliverance’ at the illustrious Sydney Opera House is predicted to sell out over the weekend—possibly on Friday 26th (that’s this Friday people!) when general tickets go on sale.
Pre-sale tickets went like naked little goblins caught in a necromancers bind. Ouch!
Don’t be a naked goblin; take hold of that credit card as a staff charged of mana, free up some gold on it for you and your fellow companions, and good luck getting a ticket!
Tour Tickets HERE
Sweden’s musical alchemists, OPETH, will be releasing their bewitching, 12th studio album, Sorceress, on September 30th via the band’s imprint label Moderbolaget Records with Nuclear Blast Entertainment. In celebration of the release the band has planned special shows at historic venues around the world in support of the record, including Radio City Music Hall in New York on October 1st, SSE Wembley Arena in London on November 19th and the famed Sydney Opera House in Australia on February 6th 2017.
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Opeth’s ’Sorceress’ HERE
These memorable performances also celebrate the recent release of OPETH’s Deliverance & Damnation box set, featuring the band’s classic 2002 and 2003 records as one complete work as originally intended, and their just released record Lamentations – Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire that’s available now on DVD and 180 gram 3xLP from Music For Nations. Purchase the live record now at http://amzn.to/2bcra4Y
Opeth’s ’Deliverance & Damnation’ BOX SET HERE
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