Here’s a 30 second review.
I normally don’t get too amped on Opeth due to the desperate elements that they use that don’t often mix too well together. However, on “Watershed,” although the band still keeps their progressive metal feel with long instrumentals, clean vocals, heavy pounding beat, and repetitive yet diverse riffs, I feel that this LP is much more pleasurable to hear.
This isn’t an album you listen to in your car while driving in traffic. This isn’t your average rip and burn metal. You have to actually pay attention to what’s going on.