|17 Sep 2010||Roadrunner Records||1686-109199||2xDVD|
|17 Sep 2010||Roadrunner Records||1686-177525||2xDVD + 3xCD|
|17 Sep 2010||Roadrunner Records||1686-177528, RR 0919-9||2xDVD + 4xLP|
The performance at the Royal Albert Hall (recorded on April 5, 2010) includes two sets, the first consisting of the band performing 2000's now-classic, breakthrough epic "Blackwater Park" in its entirety, and the second, a chronologically arranged selection of material from the rest of OPETH's extensive catalogue, totalling almost three hours of music. It is, like the rest of OPETH's greatest work, "purposefully warped in all the right places" (Decibel). The front cover artwork concept pays tribute to DEEP PURPLE's "Concerto for Group and Orchestra", underlining the band's longstanding love for their prog-rock roots.