OPETH frontman Mike kerfeldt recently took some time out to answer some questions submitted by the members of the band's UK street team while in the UK to promote OPETH's new album, "Watershed".Check out the interview at the web site of the UK branch of Roadrunner Records. A pre-taped interview with OPETH aired Friday night (May 30) on IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson's weekly BBC 6 Music radio show, aptly named "The Bruce Dickinson Friday Rock Show". Listen to a replay of the program at BBC.co.uk. "Watershed" is scheduled for release on June 3 via Roadrunner Records (one day earlier internationally). The CD, recorded in the band's native Sweden and produced by frontman/guitarist Mikael kerfeldt and Jens Bogren, is a masterwork that follows the time-honored OPETH tradition; its modern yet timeless, progressive yet paying homage to the sounds of classic rock.
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