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Entombed A.D. – Dead Dawn

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Mr. Petrov and the rest of the post-Entombed reincarnation are back with their second album, succeeding their previous and successful effort “Back to the Front”. Once again, the band presents us with a good album where, although there are (really) no surprises, one comes up with the impression that they simply cannot deliver anything bad, even if they tried! It might seem easy to review this record, but it is exactly the opposite. It’s very hard to find any new words to describe it. The album is very similar and equal to its predecessor and the stamp-of-quality already expected from this group of musicians is still there, all over the place, from start to finish. So, there really are three possible ways to deal with this record: a) you already know what this band is about and you like their previous work, go buy this one too; b) you know the band and you don’t like it, forget about this and move on; c) you don’t know the band… well, if that’s the case, I have no idea what to tell you because you are definitely from another planet! Obviously, this is a must-have for fans of… you guessed it, Entombed! (Antonio)