In the early 90’s Entombed was one of death metal’s most promising new acts. Their debut LP “Left Hand Path” is a landmark record for the 90’s and one of death metal’s most powerful debut. Their sophomore release “Clandestine” was even stronger than the previous. It was faster, heavier, and just all around better. After that came one of the most disappointing releases in metal history “Wolverine Blues” which featured a Marvel Wolverine Comic in the original LP. This was an experimental album in which Entombed incorperated a more rock ‘n’ roll element in their songs and thus dubbed it “death ‘n’ roll”. The album was a big disgrace, and Entombed stayed in this direction for all of their albums, until Serpent Saints. This album is not Clandestine, but its getting there. It has a lot of the early Left Hand Path riffs, as well as some of the death ‘n’ roll. Entombed finally made a metal record after all these years, and it is definitely worth a listen.