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  1. Akirisar
    Well, here's the problem. Grave's last album, "Back Into the Grave," had some very catchy choruses, but overall was a bit too slow and a bit thin in terns of your average evil Swedish death metal sound. This new album, "Fiendish Regression," has the heavier, murkier sound, more speed, but lacks the singalongs and pummelling breakdowns.
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  2. Nikinos
    Jul 25,  · This is Grave's second CD after their comeback that started with 's Back From the Grave. That album was a great comeback, with some traditional Grave grooves and headbanging riffs, but it lacked speed. Fiendish Regression more than makes up for that/5(6).
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  3. Mikora
    Release dates: Europe / Germany: August 23rd - US: September 7th. Recording information: Recorded and mixed in Studio Abyss April/May Produced by Tommy Tägtgren, Peter Tägtgren and Grave. Mastered at Masters, Stockholm.
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