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October 18th, 2011, 17:16
Originally Posted by pibbur0x2a View Post
BTW - What is correct English, writing "Opeth doesn't stagnate" or "Opeth don't stagnate". Opeth is one singular band, but consist of many members.

says pibbur who wants some English guidance
You could probably get away with either one without anyone noticing, but the "correct" usage would depend on context. Since in this case you're talking about "the sound", that refers to the entire band as a whole--treat it as a singular noun (Opeth doesn't stagnate). If you were, for instance, referring to the outfits worn by the band at a concert, that refers to multiple individuals within the band--treat it as a plural noun (Opeth wear lots of black--not Opeth wears lots of black).

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