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Album Review

Grave don't change. They are old-school Swedish death metal; their first album, Into the Grave, was released in 1991, and though they took a brief hiatus at the end of the 1990s, when they came back, they sounded almost exactly the same: guttural, croaking vocals; downtuned, chainsaw guitars; a deep, almost detuned bass sound; and punk rock drumming with little of the intricacy traditionally identified with death metal. Their latest CD is a pleasing dose of the same punishment fans have been enjoying for almost two decades, with songs like "Dismembered Mind," "Sexual Mutilation," and "Bloodtrail" telling tales of horror and savage violence over fast, blasting rhythms and riffs that cut deep. When Grave initially returned, on 2003's Back from the Grave, they adopted a midtempo, death-march pace, but they've really gained a second wind on subsequent releases, and many tracks here are blisteringly fast. Interestingly, this album also finds the band coming full circle in a way, as "Sexual Mutilation" is a never previously recorded track from one of their earliest demo tapes.

Customer Reviews

Old-school at it's finest..

If you love the straight ahead approach to death metal without all the millions of tempo changes and flash and just want it straight up and in your face then this is the album for you. Grave haven't changed since their debut all those years ago and that's a welcome thing to this old-school metaller...

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This is some hardcore metal I could rock out to

Biography

Formed: 1989

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Emerging from the Swedish death metal scene in the late '80s, Grave first made an impact upon their surroundings with the fittingly titled 1991 debut Into the Grave. Following with their second album, 1992's You'll Never See, the band's lineup remained, with Ola Lindgren on guitar, Jensa Paulsson on drums, and Jorgen Sandstrom on bass and vocals (or "growling" as the case may be). After release of the 1993 EP And Here I Die Satisfied, and their third album, 1994's Soulless, Lindgren took over on...
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Burial Ground, Grave
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Dec 07, 2010

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