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At the Gates is a melodic death metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden, and a major progenitor of the Gothenburg death metal sound. Initially active from 1990 to 1996, the band reformed in 2007 for a reunion tour.
At the Gates was formed in 1990 by former members of the pioneering death metal band Grotesque. They recorded a debut EP, Gardens of Grief, for the Dolores record label, and sold cassettes, vinyls, and XL t-shirts to promote the recording. The EP led seminal metal label Peaceville Records to sign the band, and they released their debut full-length album, The Red in the Sky Is Ours, in 1992, an album with an eclectic sound, featuring for instance neoclassical arrangements and even a string solo.
After the reco...
There are several bands which go by 'Grave'
1) Grave is a Death Metal band from Visby, Sweden. One of the longest-running Swedish death metal bands, Grave has created a sound and style which has been an inspiration on a number of the genre's more promising younger outfits. Having started out as a band called Corpse in 1986, they released loads of demos before their legendary 1991 debut Into the Grave.
"Into the Grave" established Grave as one of death metal's most brutal new hopes, and its release was ensued by a host of live performances across Europe and America.
1992's You'll Never See, the band's critically-acclaimed second release, showcased their growing musical talent with a cleaner, stronger soun...
A band from Kungsängen, Stockholm, Sweden, playing old school Death Metal, formed in 2007.
After publishing two demos and an EP, they released their debut album " Sleepers In The Rift" via Pulverised Records and followed it up with another EP. Their second album "Sweven", which saw a shift towards a progressive death metal sound with psychedelic touches, and was released through Century Media in 2014.
They disbanded in September of 2015.
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