Despite a choppy beginning, Opeth are doing a great job of rolling out their latest album, Pale Communion. The ’70s prog-inspired album has had an awesome visualizer video for each song on their album, and “Voice of Treason” is the latest one to get the treatment. Many of the video are samey, in that they’re the image and reverse image of scenes from nature, but they’re edited really nicely to the music, and are they accompany the songs really nicely. They beat the hell out of an uninspiring lyric video.
Pale Communion is available now on Roadrunner.