GRAVE To Release 'Out Of Respect For The Dead' Album In October

GRAVE To Release 'Out Of Respect For The Dead' Album In October

Swedish death metal veterans GRAVE have completed recording their new album, "Out Of Respect For The Dead", for an October release via Century Media.

Three years have passed since the release of GRAVE's last opus, "Endless Procession Of Souls", that was followed by a European headlining tour together with SONNE ADAM, the release of the vinyl-only "Morbid Ascent" EP and another tour with labelmates ENTOMBED A.D.

Since fall 2014, GRAVE has been working on the follow-up to "Endless Procession Of Souls". And it has turned out to be one of the angriest and most evil albums of the band's career.

A track from the new CD, "Redeemed Through Hate", can be streamed using the SoundCloud widget below.

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GRAVE is:

Ola Lindgren - guitar, vocals
Mika Lagrén - guitar
Tobias Cristiansson - bass, vocals
Ronnie Bergerstål - drums

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