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About Entombed

With the release of 1990's Left Hand Path, Scandinavia's Entombed helped pioneer Europe's death metal uprising. The band's trademark, buzzsaw-guitar sound was created using a Peavey amplifier and a Boss Heavy Metal distortion pedal. Entombed doubled down on the thrash-heavy Clandestine in 1991. Since then, Entombed have undergone many personnel changes and sonic evolutions. 1993's Wolverine Blues offered a riff- and groove-heavy approach that embraced hard rock and heavy metal; the band called it "death 'n' roll." 1997's Same Difference went further, folding in alt-metal, while 2000's Uprising returned to a rawer sound. Following 2003's Inferno, Entombed released the live Unreal Estate in 2005. 2007's Serpent Saints: The Ten Amendments, was the band's final album before a 2013 split. After litigation, they returned as Entombed and Entombed A.D. While the latter issued three albums before splitting in 2020, Entombed released only a handful of singles and a live re-recording of Clandestine in 2019.

Stockholm, Sweden
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