Released on black vinyl including poster and LP booklet. The death metal flagship Grave has set course again. With "Out of Respect for the Dead" the Swedes have once more produced a hellish album. It has taken three long years, but now Ola Lidndgren and his men (after the grandiose "Procession of Souls") are finally on the spot and ready for action with their next full length release and it just crushes everything. Definitely a candidate for death metal album of the year!
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Tracklist - Out of respect for the dead
- 1.Intro / Mass Grave Mass
- 2.Flesh Before My Eyes
- 3.Plain Pine Box
- 4.Out of Respect for the Dead
- 5.The Ominous 'They'
- 6.Redeemed Through Hate
- 8.Trail of Ungodly Trades
- 9.Grotesque Glory
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The new album Grave! At all times, this could only mean one thing: the fatty portion of the Swedish death metal reinforced concrete, which is not subject to any influences and trends! For all the years of the Grave on their album really changed the only sound - or rather, the quality of its records and information, but not the style. The Swedes are beautiful in their constancy - once every few years, get out of the grave and bring down on their fans another lumps. How do they manage to have the same success for so many years to compose and play the same thing - I'll never know. But in 2015, the year of Grave sound as cool as in 1991, except that a little bit easier. Of course, this does not mean that the Swedes came to join the niche of commercial sludge - just to "Out of Respect for the Dead" they sound a little over the American, more cheerful and more angry, reminding his countrymen Vomitory / Cut Up and great Malevolent Creation. But other than that nothing new wait - these old rotten villains came to kicking ass, without gum. As always, the new album Grave - the first contender for the leadership in the annual "Best of" death metal albums in general, and in the niche of the Swedish death metal in particular!
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