This release is the 9th full-length studio album from Grave in 2010, and one that arrives against the backdrop of an excellent predecessor "Dominion 8"; but where-as that album was lacking in the production department, this affair is seemingly much better. There is unfortunately some evidence of a slight oversight in lax songwriting and some unacceptable filler:- (Ridden with belief), but for the most part this is straight down the line death metal, characterized by extreme distortion and barking mad vocals.
There are a few semi-standouts here; the opener:- "Liberation, Semblance in black, Conqueror & Outcast" rank as some of my most enjoyable enterprises. The title track "Burial ground" is also a very good closer and possibly my most favorite song in post nineties hiatus. So I would certainly recommend looking into this for specialist, swedish death metal fans but seeing as this is a sound of an uncompromising band on autopilot-..., for everyone else I'd move along nicely, there's nothing new to see here.