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Clandestine Extra tracks

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Clandestine is an album by Scandinavian death metal band Entombed, released in 1991. It helped establish a distinctively Swedish sound in the death metal genre, while being more accessible than its predecessor, the atonal debut Left Hand Path. The album was largely written by drummer Nicke Andersson.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Living Dead
  2. Sinner Bleed
  3. Evilyn
  4. Blessed Be
  5. Stranger Aeons
  6. Chaos Breed
  7. Crawl
  8. Severe Burns
  9. Through The Collonades
  10. Dusk
  11. Shreds Of Flesh


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 7, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B00000582Z
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #277,730 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Entombed's follow up to "Left Hand Path", Clandestine, is decidely less harsh but took strides in overall maturity and song structure.
A little clarification first: Nicke Andersson sang on all the songs. At this point in death metal not many bands had 'excelled' in the vocalist department anyhow. So his performance does nothing to hinder the quality of the music therein. But keep in mind there are no Morbid Angel-type guttural growls to be heard.
After a good 5-10 listens, I've found the overall pace gets monotonous here and there. The guitar work is classic Entombed, death n' roll. Upon listening to Morning Star and Inferno, even Uprising I can hear small tidbits of what made this album so great.
If you're an Entombed fan at all, you can't afford to be snob. Everything they put out is heavy and will stick your head comfortably.
Listen up and enjoy. Death metal history in the making.
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AT THE GATES? Never heard of 'em. Just kidding. But you should definitely be well acquainted with this album if you have any ATG. These guys made Sunlight Studios in Stockholm with thier trademark sound. Guitarists Cederlund and Helid have a knack of creating an eerie horror movie soundtrack with a bit of sinister beauty. This is what Scandinavian metal is known for today; elegance and brutality. Anyway, I own all of these guys' albums (except for INFERNO.) This is particularly excellent. LEFT HAND PATH thrashed all the way through and just kills with sheer speed. Here, drummer Nicke Anderson is a bit more involved with the songwriting (most of it) and I think that is why there are so many changes in timing and tempo. Sinners Bleed starts off a bit lazy but the guitar lead gets really frenetic toward the end. The mid-paced pummel of double bass on Crawl slowly flattens all in its path. And if you're lucky enough to buy the reissue with the two extra tracks you grind freaks will love Dusk (one of the best songs and faster than anything off LEFT HAND PATH!)
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By A Customer on December 21, 2000
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This album is one of my all-time favorites; it's super-heavy, rythmic, and uniformly brilliant from beginning to end. The guitar tone these guys achieve is unbelievable.
There are so many reasons to love this album: songs like Living Dead and Choas Breed are really heavy but have a major groove about them, as well. Evilyn, with it's downbeat time signature, is a major departure from the lack of variation that is so common in this genre. Through The Collonades and Stranger Aeons are just very well written; the composition is fantastic.
L. G. Petrov's vocals are the most massive in the genre, forceful, gutteral, and very agressive. He manages to stay ahead of the music, never falling behind or getting lost in the mix, a bit of a rarity in music this heavy. Add to the equation that the percussion hits hard, but is really tight, and you get one of the most devestating overall sounds out there. Many call it "The Swedish Sound" (these guys are from Sweden) or "death-and-roll" (because it's sort of a synthesis between death metal and more groove-based rock-and-roll), but no matter what you call it, no band has ever done it this well. Period.
There is some disagreement out there about Entombed's other efforts, but one thing is clear: Clandestine is a masterpiece.
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I didnt like Clandestine as much as I did their masterpeice of a debut "Left Hand Path," but it's still a great album. The main thing for me is the vocals... It was actually Nicke Anderson, former drummer, that stepped up & did the vox on the album even though it doesn't say in the CD booklet because LG Petrov was temporarly kicked out of the band. He does have some great sounding vox here & there, but personally I think LG did a better job. That's why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Aside from the vox, the album itself is pretty good. Some songs are slower & chug along instead of total all-out thrash, such as "Evilyn," but that also makes it different & unique. All & all, its a good album well worth listening to.
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For most- Entombed's Left Hand Path is the "go to" album for elite death metal fans. But to me, there really isn't that much of a difference between Left Hand Path and this. Sure, there's a bit more variation with tempos- but really what other differences are there? Not much really- Johnny Dordevic is listed as supplying the vocals on this disc- when really it was Nicke Anderson- who played drums and even supposedly some bass. There's really a lot to love about this disc- it's got a guitar sound that is epitome of Swedish Death Metal before it got completely overblown and watered down. Some have payed tribute to what ultimately was some of the best years for the fringes of metal like that of Death Metal- but fail to live up to the visceral raw low tuned ravaging sounds that are early death metal. (Especially early Swedish Death metal like that of Grave, Entombed, At The Gates, Carnage, Etc) What's wrong with modern death/grind/thrash is often the humanity gets lost in the playing. Here clandestine's strength is that it sounds like human beings are playing it- even if...the drum sound sounds a bit robotic due to triggered kick and snare drums. Overall, it has a lot to love. Sadly- Entombed sorta went downhill after Wolverine Blues.
Favorites: "Stranger Eons" , "Severe Burns" and the opening "Living Dead". Classic. Menacing vocals, buzzing guitars, great overall production from the famous Sunlight Studios.
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