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GRAVE
GRAVE
Into The Grave
(Century Media Records)
65:59min

When I think of GRAVE there is one thing that comes to my mind: lava! Okay, they're kinda faster but they surely destroy everything in their way! This reissue should be more interesting for soon-to-be GRAVE maniacs because the old fans might already have most of the bonus tracks on the "In The Eyes Of Death 1" compilation and the "Tremendous Pain" 7" EP. Only two previously unreleased versions of "Inhuman" and "Day Of Mourning" plus a demo version of "Obscure Infinity". Can't tell you about the "Soulless" video clip as it's not included on my promo copy. What remains is a classic Death Metal album with a strong production - so if you're into sickness and don't have this one yet, you know what to do and for those who already have the original: decide upon yourselves whether you need the bonus tracks or not.

Ramon Claassen

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