OPETH: 'The Candlelight Years' Box Set Due In June

An OPETH three-CD box set called "The Candlelight Years" (image), featuring the the band's first three albums, will be released in Japan on June 23.

The track listing is as follows:

"Orchid" (1995):

01. In Mist She Was Standing
02. Under the Weeping Moon
03. Silhouette
04. Forest of October
05. The Twilight Is My Robe
06. Requiem
07. The Apostle in Triumph
08. Into The Frost of Winter

"Morningrise" (1996):

01. Advent
02. The Night and the Silent Water
03. Nectar
04. Black Rose Immortal
05. To Bid You Farewell
06. Eternal Soul Torture

"My Arms, Your Hearse" (1998):

01. Prologue
02. April Ethereal
03. When
04. Madrigal
05. The Amen Corner
06. Demon of the Fall
07. Credence
08. Karma
09. Epilogue
10. Circle of The Tyrant
11. Remember Tomorrow

You can pre-order OPETH's "The Candlelight Years" box set from Plastichead.com.

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