Opeth Went Digital For Forthcoming Album

(Prog) Mikael Akerfeldt says Opeth recorded upcoming album Pale Communion using digital technology so they could hold on to a spontaneous feel. It means their eleventh studio outing is the fastest-recorded in their history.

"I have recorded many records on tape, and even if I love the sounds, it's so time consuming," Akerfeldt tells Ultimate Guitar. "We didn't have time. We recorded much faster than we ever have - it was only 13 days.

"When we have recorded onto tape, even if we've been well-rehearsed, we spend a month or six weeks, which I didn't want to do this time. I wants it to be fast, spontaneous and fun." more on this story

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