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5.0 out of 5 stars
Endless Procession Of Souls
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on 15 May 2015
I have bought every Grave album since "Into The Grave" in 1991 and I will continue to buy their albums as long as they release albums. Grave are the kind of band that satisfy those who cannot stomach candy-floss, candy assed, hair brained, vacuous and inane pop drivel. No, there will be no prancing, pop princes or princesses for me thank you very much! I prefer my music to bite back!!! If pop music mimes were mosquitos then Grave would be a Megalodon by comparison!! As always Grave deliver uncompromising Death Metal for those Death Metal Fiends who devour their special brand of musical feast. Glut yourself on this monumental feast of gore and Death Metal and be sated by the sheer density of what explodes from your hi-fi speakers!! Only Death Metal Maniacs need indulge in this most wondrous of forbidden fruits! Buy and swoon in abject bliss at the Death Metal storm that is "Endless Procession of Souls"!!
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on 8 October 2012
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. "Endless procession of souls" ain't at all likely to bring the band any new fans to the table, however from the execution of this record we can only assume the band are still happy with doing their own thing and at the end of the day, that; a good monstrous album and their fans is what matters to them most. So fair play to them., Excellent album.., 9/10
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on 11 March 2013
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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