Opeth have announced a very special one-off show this November taking place at Wembley Arena. The band will hit London on Saturday 19th November for one of the biggest shows of their career. The show looks likely to coincide with the release of their follow up to Pale Communion which is expected later this year.

Commenting on the announcement, Mikael Akerfeldt stated the following: "We have played Wembley Arena once before supporting Dream Theater but to be back on our own, so to speak, is a daunting yet exciting task. London has always been kind to us ever since our very early overseas shows, and I have no doubt that this will be yet another overwhelming experience. This will be the biggest show we have ever done on our own and we will approach it with our 25 years as a band in our luggage. It will be memorable and fantastic I have no doubt. I hope you'll be there to celebrate with us. A bunch of bums from Stockholm. Can't believe we're doing this. I'm nervous. Excited. Fucking hell! Opeth at Wembley Arena. Who would have thought?!"

Alongside this exciting announcement, Opeth have also revealed some more details on another project they've been working on - a book taking you through the complete history of the band. The Book Of Opeth will be told in the first person by the whole band, friends, former members and collaborators with the vision of covering absolutely everything. The whole package will also be heaving with exclusive unseen pics, artwork and memorabilia. For more information, and pre-orders, head over to http://opethbook.com/