The Swedish prog-metal veterans Opeth’s new album Sorceress, their 12th album out worldwide. You can listen here on Spotify.

Mikael Akerfeldt talked with Fuse.tv about the new album and more. One question was asked, where he was the most uncomfortable. The answer was really surprising. He tells:

Well, the stage is one. Oh, there’s one place I feel actually comfortable, in my home, of course. Or in my girlfriend’s home, and in the studio. I love being in the studio. But onstage, not comfortable really. Backstage, on the tour bus where there’s lots of people, especially if you’re on tour and there’s lots of people who know who I am, I get uncomfortable. But I also get uncomfortable where there’s lots of people who don’t know who I am, so I guess…[laughs]. I think I might I have to go to some therapy.


This is so shocking answer for us and all fans. If you want to read the all interview, click here. That was really really enjoing interview. Besides, Akerfeldt always enjoy. Especially do not miss the part, where he talking about his daughters and  how his kids react to Opeth’s music.