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Grave – Endless Procession of Souls

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Is it really necessary to write something about Grave? Although the Death Metal and sound got a bit different in the 1990s, they are releasing decent albums again for 10 years. Nothing genre-breaking or the new “Into the Grave”, but solid groovy Swedish Death Metal. And with those albums they keep the fan-base happy. With “Endless Procession of Souls” they did it again; not a genre-breaking album but a decent one which every Grave fan will enjoy. Quite easy to write a Grave review, hé?!? No seriously, I think this is their best album since they re-entered the Arena o’ Old School Death Metal. The riffs are, as with the groove, unmistakably Grave. The production isn’t that gritty, but the more clean mix With Dismember disbanded and Entombed still in the ‘n roll phase, Grave and Unleashed should keep the banner flying high when it comes to the latest founders of the genre. With “Endless Procession of Souls” Grave can be proud-hearted that the banner is still flying high. (Ricardo)