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  • Audio CD (27 Aug 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double CD
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B008I0M3A4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 361,949 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Dystopia
2. Amongst Marble And The Dead
3. Disembodied Steps
4. Flesh Epistle
5. Passion Of The Weak
6. Winds Of Chains
7. Encountering The Divine
8. Perimortem
9. Plague Of Nations
10. Epos
Disc: 2
1. Killing Technology [originally by Voivod]
2. Efilnikufesin (N.F.L.) [originally by Anthrax]
3. Mesmerized [originally by Celtic Frost]

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Agma on 8 Oct 2012
Format: Audio CD
Wow!, Ola Lindgren's Grave, has certainly been doing some serious musical reorganizing since Grave's last 2010 effort Burial ground. This album (Burial ground) however, I thought seemed very uninspired and lifeless in comparison to more previously encouraging efforts. While the painted-by-the-numbers feel have been a regular invite within the comprisement of Grave's newer albums over the last few years, this album feels like a solid return to the conquering's of old in the sense that it shows us a better display of straight to the point and no messing around return toward the response of the handful of purists who believe that the brand of old school death metal is at the bottom of the lake. If nothing else this creation is an honorable patronage to the genre and the sound and riffage delivery feels confident and consistently thought-out.

These songs are highly enjoyable across the board, clearly audible and are at least "packed to the teeth" lethal enterprises which embrace the thick drawn out riffs and viscous guitar work commonly associated with the band. Some of the standouts of this welcome arrival might be the "Intro and the song with the devastatingly titled:-Amongst the marble and the dead, Disembodied steps, Flesh Epistle, Perimortem & the closer Epos."

Grave make quite an arrival with this new album and it is most certainly the best piece of work from the band in and around the 20 years of time. I can only speculate that the comfortability and chemistry in the band at the moment is on the increase and is leading to better things; but while the album is admittedly short on dynamics as is usually the case; Grave remain a band dedicated to the cause, and a seemingly ongoing unwillingness to compromise on their dark, nasty and disturbing swedish death metal sound.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Darren McC on 11 Mar 2013
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this album is such a good album any fan of death metal should have this, i love it. the guitars sound really good on this and the vocals are just some of the top vocals in death metal i think personally
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Whats not to love? 17 April 2013
By Joszef Ruiz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Another reviewer disparages the new Grave...Don't listen to that guy. Meshuggah? He's meshugganah. Why would you compare these two totally stylistically different bands? This my metal friends is killer! Every song has groove! Yup its GRAVE alright. It's what they do! I listened to a bunch of their old stuff and and they HAVE stayed true to their sound. OK. So maybe every song and riff ain't a total masterpiece? But the production quality went way up and is excellent. The drums are killer and the guitars are thick, muscular and catchy. No-frills death metal that you can actually feel all the way through. I almost went off in the grocery store wanting to head bang so bad listening to this on a portable cd player! Grave knows what they are doing. I've listened to this everyday for a week and it still holds up AND is fun to listen to. Glad I got it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Back Into the Grave 28 Aug 2012
By J. Hill - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Big surprise for Grave fans; longtime songwriter and mainman Ola Lindgren stuck to a traditional death metal formula to deliver yet another solid, pummeling album. Ok, maybe not so much of a surprise. If you've enjoyed recent Grave output, you'll no doubt be able to get into Endless Procession. Ola gives the listener plenty of variety within the confines of death metal, varying from up-tempo to the slower, doom-influenced crawl Grave has utilized since their inception. In between, he injects some of the Soulless-era groove, though more sparingly than I would like to have heard. Regardless, Ola knows how to write effective death metal, and he proves with this new Grave album that he's clearly nowhere near finished. I have yet to be disappointed by a release from this band.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Best Grave Album Since Soulless 14 May 2013
By Brad M. O'Brien - Published on
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Grave is my favorite death metal band, and this is one of their best albums. Starts and ends strong with lots of good songs in between. Closing track, EPOS, is one of Grave's best and one of the heaviest death metal songs I've heard.
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an endless procession of souls has left the burial ground ! 28 Aug 2012
By Donald Roberts - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Asphyx, Napalm Death, Unleashed, Cannibal Corpse and Six Feet Under have all released albums this year that have outshined their predecessors . I can't say the same for Grave. After the novelty of owning a new Grave album wore off, I can't help but feel this is slighly underwhelming when stacked up against Burial Ground. While the production is dirty and raw, the sound on this album comes off rather limp compared to previous albums. The opening tracks are strong and the album slowly sinks into mediocre songwriting before coming back full swing with a good closer. This is just Grave doing what they do with precision, nothing more..nothing less. Definitely will not go down as one of their more memorable albums. For those who overhyped it as being their " best " album...not even close. They have yet to capture the magic of the first 3 albums.This still kicks the crap out of most death metal releases, though, it's just not terribly original or exciting .
Dirty, ugly and raw! Yeah, that is what Grave is all about. 2 Nov 2013
By martin - Published on
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Nobody does death metal like Grave. There is more groove, innovation and absolutely merciless growls on this CD than a dozen so-called death metal bands coming out now. Yes, it's old school but that is what death metal is supposed to be. Dirty, ugly and raw.
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