Grave's 10th album finds the band returning to Century Media, who parterned with the legendary Swedes to release the classic 'Into The Grave' debut in 1991. Six more albums of sonic violence followed before the band sought out new avenues following 'As Rapture Comes' in 2006. And although the two records that surfaced while Grave was away – 'Dominion VIII' (2008) and 'Burial Ground' (2010) – continued to uphold the band's penchant for quality mayhem, their latest outing, 'Endless Procession Of Souls,' hits like a ton of bricks thanks to its relentless speed, crushing groove, and rich clarity. Released at a time when death metal is enjoying a new wave of popularity and competition for the crown is fierce, 'Endless Procession Of Souls' takes the best of what Grave has offered in the past and chalks up a bigger and meaner spin on things. The band's sole remaining founding member and musical director, vocalist/guitarist Ola Lindgren, is only too happy to be back on familiar turf and spearheading what has been deemed by some of Grave's longtime supporters as their strongest and most diverse album since 'Soulless' was issued in 1994.