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Reseña de álbum

Entombed, one of the premier death metal bands of the early '90s, boldly ventured into new musical territory with Wolverine Blues, the band's third excellent album in a row. Wolverine Blues is such a departure from past efforts, in fact, it's debatable whether this music even qualifies as death metal, given its standard rock characteristics: comprehensible vocals, steady tempos, and verse-chorus-verse songwriting. None of these characteristics is associated with death metal, and indeed, purists might perceive Entombed's development on Wolverine Blues as an abandonment of the very principles that won the band such underground acclaim in the first place. Some purists might even go so far as to consider the album a sellout. Most reasonable listeners, however — including even the most impassioned death metal purists — will likely find much to appreciate on Wolverine Blues. It's that impressive. For sure, Entombed's previous albums, Left Hand Path (1990) and Clandestine (1991), were excellent, among the finest death metal efforts of their time, but their stylistic trappings were well evident. The growled vocals, breakneck tempo shifts, and amorphous song structures, to cite a few key characteristics, were fairly inaccessible to the type of mainstream metal listener who would consider Metallica or Pantera extreme. Wolverine Blues, on the other hand, is that rare album brutal enough for the death metal crowd yet at the same time accessible enough for the metal mainstream. For instance, the vocals of Lars-Göran Petrov are mostly comprehensible; however, they're delivered with such ferocity, they're as powerful as, if not more so than, the most guttural death-growl. Likewise, the guitars of Uffe Cederlund and Alex Hellid riff along at a steady tempo, but they're so heavy, they cut like a buzzsaw (as on "Heavens Die") and pummel away like a jackhammer ("Demon"). Along with the drumming of Nicke Andersson, which is hard-hitting yet never to the point of blastbeat, it's the songwriting of Wolverine Blues that is most removed from the confines of death metal. These are especially distinctive songs by Entombed, every single one each unique in its own way and graced with a memorable hook, particularly the album standouts "Wolverine Blues," "Hollowman," and "Out of Hand." Clearly, a lot can be made of Entombed's bold venture into new musical territory with Wolverine Blues, and you can bet metalheads will debate the album's stylistic merits for years to come. What's beyond argument, though, is that Wolverine Blues is the third impressive effort in a row by one of the best metal bands of the early '90s, and as impressive as the past two albums were, this one is by far the most inviting and most deserving of widespread recognition.

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This Is The Best Album Ever!!!

While I'll agree with "the best Death Metal Band" comment. The best songs are the whole album.... Eyemaster sets the stage for what is the most brutal hardcore metal sound ever recorded... Rotten Soil keeps you wanting to break something really, really bad and the Flatliners samples are awesome... The most brutal metal song ever, Wolverine Blues makes you realize that this aint no hair band and I'm not going to get a ballad..... Demon is melodic hell with double vocals driving you to the edge of slamming your fist into somebody's face... Contempt makes you really think... Full of Hell is very catchy, "I Got A Heart Like A Graveyard.. They Are Dying To Get In", the best metal lyrics ever written by anyone.. The Blood Song is a melodic blood sucking gore film in hell... Hollow Man is the most brutal drum intro you will ever here, it's like "Warriors Come Out And Play" minus the gay dude saying it... Heavens Die picks you back up and slams your brain with the hardest guitar riffs ever created... Out of Hand reminds you that there is no Death Metal like Swedish Death Metal and this song growls it's way into your thoughts forever. Drummer Nicke Andersson is bar none the best in the world. It's hard to belive this guy played in the Hellacopters but he did and well.

Former Metal Fan

Really more of an indie-rock kinda guy now, but back in the day - the heavier the better. When I go back now to see what holds up, only this and Pantera's "Vulgar Display of Power" still manage to excite me without sounding dated or cheesy. An awesome album straight through! btw - the 11th song "State of Emergency" someone else mentioned was only a bonus on the more recent remastered edition. These 10 songs here are what I remember rocking-out to when I had this on - gasp - cassette tape. Love it.


THIS IS AMAZING... BUT! You know what's even better Entombed's album Left Hand Path... awww but itunes doesn't have it... GET IT YOU FREAKS


Se formó en: 1989 en Stockholm, Sweden

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

Scandinavian metal legends Entombed were at the forefront of the death metal uprising, releasing their influential debut, Left Hand Path, in 1990, just as the movement was beginning to proliferate internationally. By the time death metal had become a mass phenomenon in the mid-'90s, however, Entombed had begun experimenting with different approaches, sometimes to much acclaim (as in the case of Wolverine Blues) and occasionally to disregard (Same Difference). Nevertheless, it was the band's debut,...
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