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Touch the Sun - EP

Opus Dai

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Customer Reviews

Long time fan

I preferred them as ohm, but stuck with them through the name change, and line-up realignment. I thought they lost something without Mahina, but Tierra Tragame was still a good album. Unfortunately, singer Chris-Paul has moved on, and I just can't stand the new singers voice. To be fair, I have heard he is much better live, but unless they play nearby, or with someone I want to see (like Rishloo) I will never know. This band used to have an original sound, now it seems they witnessed the success of Coheed and Cambria, and decided to try and mimic that. Too bad.

I like it!

Im a newbie when it comes to this band but i find the singers voice powerful and unique! Really pumps me up. Hopefully they release a new album soon!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Progressive heavy metal band Opus Däi were formed in Los Angeles, CA, by drummer Jagger Gonzales, guitarist Atsushi Miyamoto, singer Chris Paul, and bassist Ryan Collier. The band signed to the Double Blind label and released its debut album, Tierra Trágame, on May 21, 2006. After nearly two years of touring in support of the album, the group split in half in the spring of 2008, with Paul and Collier departing. But Gonzales and Miyamoto were determined to carry on and add new members. Tim Neighbors...
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Touch the Sun - EP, Opus Dai
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  • $4.95
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Oct 26, 2009

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