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Entombed A.D.
Back to the Front (2014)
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Reviewed: 3/6/2018

I really got into Entombed during the first half of 1990s, when they released their first three legendary albums. Yes, even the infamous 'Wolverine Blues' (1993), which was one of the pioneering death 'n' roll albums. In the second half of the same decade the band released two less heavy albums and I didn't find them very interesting at all. After that, I never discovered the old zeal to them again. Then came the split between vocalist L-G Petrov and the guitarist Alex Hellid, who both were original members... See, Entombed was cursed to be one of those bands, whose members had a dispute. Thus, Entombed A.D. was born in 2014, fronted by L-G. Bass player Nico Elgstrand and drummer Olle Dahlstedt, who played on the last Entombed album 'Serpent Saints - The Ten Amendments' (2007) followed h...

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