Grave - Into The Grave

8.3 | 110 votes |
Release date: 1991
Style: Death metal


167 have it
11 want it

01. Deformed
02. In Love
03. For Your God
04. Obscure Infinity
05. Hating Life
06. Into The Grave
07. Extremely Rotten Flesh
08. Haunted
09. Day Of Mourning
10. Inhuman
11. Banished To Live
12. Tremendous Pain [bonus]
13. Putrefaction Remains [bonus]
14. Haunted [bonus]
15. Day Of Mourning [bonus]
16. Eroded [bonus]
17. Inhuman [bonus]
18. Obscure Infinity [bonus]
+ Soulless [music video] [bonus]

Additional info
It was re-released 17 September 2001 with additional tracks from the Tremendous Pain EP and some demo tracks.

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Comments: 9   Visited by: 201 users
11.01.2012 - 05:13
Rating: 8
Haiwaan Das

Posts: 84
From: India

Your face My Fist Old School Death Metal. A must have for all Death Metal Fans.

Production: 8
Originality: 9
Performance: 10
Gr Gr Gr Gr Gr
11.01.2012 - 05:24
Troy Killjoy

Posts: 18929
From: Canada

Indeed, your face, my fist. Top-notch old school Swedish death metal. Sandström's a beast on the guitar - it's too bad he couldn't replicate this with his other various... projects.
Prettier than BloodTears.
07.04.2012 - 14:00

Posts: 873
From: UK

This album sounds sloppy as hell because of the massive guitar distortion but somehow this only adds to the awesomeness of this record, Another Swedish gem.
Alone he sits, A vanquished Lord upon an oaken throne, presiding o'er this conflict that chills him to the bone, for each tarnished blade that festers is a thorn thrust in his side and his pain alone bears witness to the folly of mankind.
03.11.2012 - 06:11
Rating: 10

Posts: 18
From: New Zealand
Crushing,absolutely crushing!Still as awesome now as 20 years ago when it came out.One of the heaviest albums ever,and man does it rock,along with 'Left hand Path' ,they are 2 of the best ever deathmetal albums!
18.08.2013 - 15:03

Posts: 19156
From: UK

Wow, this is really boring.
06.01.2016 - 15:56
Rating: 7

Posts: 1424
From: UK
Never actually given this band a chance before, strange since I've always heard about them. Now I've listened to a few of their albums properly I can say this and the sophomore effort is probably the best representation of what Grave did for the OSDM scene, even if it's nothing special in comparison to the scene's more interesting groups. This debut is mostly solid, menacing and belligerent, though the mid-section of the album for me seems to fall flat a little. Nonetheless, songs like "Deformed", "In Love" and "Haunted" are really well developed.
21.10.2016 - 06:09
Rating: 9
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook

Posts: 7347
From: Canada

Killer album.
forever bummed out
24.11.2016 - 20:32

Posts: 343
From: Poland

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 18.08.2013 at 15:03

Wow, this is really boring.

I dont really get the love either. From what I've heard every other OSDM band does it somehow better than these guys.
24.11.2016 - 20:34

Posts: 19156
From: UK

Written by Mik on 24.11.2016 at 20:32

I dont really get the love either. From what I've heard every other OSDM band does it somehow better than these guys.

I guess they've been around a long time and are relatively consistent so they probably gather fans over time.

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