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Vintage death metal seemed to come rocketing back from the dead — seemingly out of nowhere — circa the early 21st century, as evidenced by such releases as the 2006 debut by Death Breath, Stinking Up the Night. Although singer Nicke Andersson has been spotted most recently doing the Motor City garage rock revival thang as the frontman for the Hellacopters, you can't forget that he has unmistakable extreme metal roots, as a one-time member of both Nihilist and Entombed. And that's exactly where he pulls out his influences with Death Breath. Frantic riffing, growls, and rapid-fire riffing abound here — especially on such tracks as "Chopping Spree" and "Heading for Decapitation," while the beginning of "Coffins of the Unembalmed Dead" (how about that for a title?) is vintage Sabbath. Also stopping by this death metal fiesta are such party guests as Jörgen Knot Sandström of Grave and Scott Carlson of Repulsion. Stinking Up the Night could be mistaken for an '80s-era extreme metal album, and that was undoubtedly Andersson's goal.


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Inspired by Albert Mudrian's book Choosing Death: The Improbable History of Death Metal and Grindcore, Hellacopters frontman and former Entombed drummer Nicke Andersson formed Death Breath in 2005 as a tribute to old-school Swedish death metal. In contrast to its more technical American counterpart, early-'90s Swedish death metal featured filthy tones and simple, bluesy riffs. Andersson's return to this sound is a homecoming of sorts, as some Death Breath material wouldn't be out of place on Entombed's...
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