Originally Posted by TonyD
The fact that 3/4 of their set is lighter material that isn't what made them as a band is pretty lame though. You would think that if they're playing a co-headlining show and exposing themselves to a lot of fans that wouldn't normally see them, they would represent themselves as a band better.
If it were up to me, they'd have a 50% heavy/50% chill set. I hear what you are saying, but I think what Mikael is trying to get in people's heads now is that they are not just a death metal band with some mellow parts splashed in. They are a progressive band now (at least for the foreseeable future) and don't want to mislead people, even new fans.