World Funeral


The End Records/Regain Records, 2003

REVIEW BY: Jason Thornberry


Metal evolves, and we're left with the consequences.

I write this review with a mouth full of salt water (seriously) so I can accurately convey the mood of the album. If I swallow the water I'll puke, and these songs make me feel similar -- in a good way. The darkest riffs lay beneath posthaste blast beats and words like "cloak the earth with a thousand nights and billion dead." Sounds like this Swedish band is talking about George W. Bush again.my_heart_sings_the_harmony_web_ad_alt_250

World Funeral is empoisoned -- impregnated with venom, which could make it more than you can handle -- but it goes well with the news on, the sound on the telly down, and this in its place.

Rating: A

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