Entombed

Detailed Devils, A Q&A With Firespawn’s Alex Impaler & Victor Brandt

July 31, 2017 Chris Dick

When Swedish supergroup–members also call Entombed A.D., Unleashed, Necrophobic, Usurpress home–Fireborn phoenixed into Firespawn in 2015, few expected such proficient, punishing death metal. The band’s debut, “Shadow Realms”, took the tenets of classic sounds, Stockholm and Tampa Bay, and twisted them into a nastier, more incendiary style. Thus, Firespawn was born! Two years after “Shadow…

Hall of Fame Countdown: Entombed’s ‘Clandestine’

January 12, 2017 Greg Pratt

We recently inducted Entombed’s classic second album into our Hall of Fame; let’s take a few minutes to examine it closely one more time, ranking each song from worst to best.

Entombed’s “Clandestine” Inducted into the Decibel Hall of Fame

November 10, 2016 Albert Mudrian

Reunited Swedish death metal gods Entombed get their second Decibel Hall of Fame induction (11 years after their first!) for the classic Clandestine in the December Decibel

Justify Your Shitty Taste – Dismember’s “Massive Killing Capacity”

September 26, 2016 Chris Dick

The first Justify Your Shitty Taste I wrote for Decibel covered, in detail, Dissection’s Reinkaos album, Jon Nödtveidt’s divisive, not-at-all-like Storm of the Light’s Bane comeback album.

Entombed Announce PledgeMusic Campaign for Release of Dual ‘Clandestine’ Concerts, Hint at New Material

September 21, 2016 Albert Mudrian

Entombed’s dual 25th anniversary Clandestine concerts could be coming to a small screen near you. 

Dan Seagrave’s “Migrators” Soar from Distant Worlds on Mangled Wings

September 14, 2016 Sean Frasier

Cambridge, MA tattoo shop/art gallery Eridanos hosts Dan Seagrave’s mind-bending swarm of winged creations.

JUSTIFY YOUR SHITTY TASTE: ENTOMBED’S “SAME DIFFERENCE”

July 28, 2016 Greg Pratt

Remember in 1998 when Entombed went noise rock? About that…

EXCLUSIVE: Entombed’s Uffe Cederlund on Reuniting With Band Founders Alex Hellid & Nicke Andersson

June 8, 2016 Shawn Macomber

Entombed guitarist Uffe Cederlund gives Decibel the exclusive scoop on how the long-awaited return of one of the greatest death metal bands of all time. 

Top 5 Dan Seagrave Covers of 1991

March 23, 2016 Sean Frasier

Decibel’s all about honoring 1991’s 25th anniversary – just check issue #137’s Metal Maniacs design homage and the “Top 30 Albums of 1991” feature. So when it comes to celebrating our favorite album covers from that landmark year, there’s no better place to start than with Dan Seagrave.

STREAMING: Deathchain’s “Like Worms Upon The Lands” with LG Petrov

February 26, 2013 Justin Norton

For your streaming pleasure today we’re happy to premiere a song from Finnish death metal band Deathchain’s new album Ritual Death Metal. What makes this track special is that it features guest vocals from Entombed’s LG Petrov. Learn more about Deathchain below and then stream “Like Worms Upon The Lands.” You can preorder the CD…

No Chimes in Decibel-land

February 8, 2012 Zach Smith

About two weeks ago, a massive set of Bob Dylan covers compiled to honor 50 years of Amnesty International—4 discs, 73 tracks and 73 different artists—hit shelves.  Sure, it’s fascinating to see an expansive and eclectic roster that includes old-timers like Pete Townsend, Jeff Beck and Mark Knopfler alongside relative newcomers like The Gaslight Anthem,…

Requiem Metal Podcast: Pinged, Weakened & Chuffed by Hard ‘N Heavy’s Grindcore Special

January 24, 2012 Chris Dick

There are game changers and then there are game changers. I wouldn’t say Hard ‘N Heavy’s Grindcore Special Issue was a game changer in the same way Entombed, Paradise Lost, Napalm Deafth (phonetic spelling, natch), Bolt Thrower, Tiamat, and many others were in the dimmest part of the early ’90s, but it, unlike any Xeroxed…

STREAMING: Trap Them “Slumcult and Gather”

February 28, 2011 Chris Dick

OK, Entombed’s Wolverine Blues hit store shelves and my gut on October 4, 1993. That’s like almost 18 years ago. To date, no single band has been able to capture the immediacy of rock ‘n’ roll and the grit of death metal quite like heyday–for certain individuals; not me, the Crawl EP is the pinnacle–Entombed….

Entombed – “Left Hand Path”

August 1, 2005 Jesse Chase

Death metal was still in its infancy when Left Hand Path came roaring out of Stockholm like Satan’s official theme music—a deafening cavalcade of impossibly thick guitars, guttural vocal incantations, and gore-drenched lyrics that struck a considerable contrast—well, the guitars, anyway—to the burgeoning Floridian death-swarm (Obituary, Death, Morbid Angel) of the day.