Hear Opeth’s “Harvest” Arranged for Nine Cellos

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Opeth released their latest album, Sorceress, on September 30, but this new video by Raphael Weinroth-Browne pays tribute to a much older track: “Harvest,” originally issued on Opeth’s now-classic 2001 album, Blackwater Park.

This cover is especially unique for featuring nine—count ’em—nine cellos. The track was arranged and produced by Weinroth-Browne and recorded and mixed by Dean Watson at Gallery Recording Studios in Ottawa, Canada.

You can check it out below along with Opeth’s original and their new “Will O the Wisp” single.