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Sick Eternal Disgust was the first demo and the first piece of material Grave ever produced in their career. After changing their name from Corpse to Grave, they developed a much heavier and more brutal sound with 1988's Sick Eternal Disgust. I consider it to be the heaviest of all the early Grave demos, and one of the heaviest and most intense demos ever recorded in death metal history.
The demo begins with a dark, haunting intro that goes on for about fifty seconds, then a quiet, chilling guitar melody builds up into the first song, Into The Grave. It starts out slow and heavy, the riffs slowly becoming more and more intense and nastier, then after a few minutes, BLAST! The fast riffs kick in, the powerful, savage roars and growls of singer/guitarist Ola Lindgren begin, and the pounding drums come in.
This demo only has three songs, all being about five or six minutes long, but the songs are all packed with fast, heavy, awesome riffs, brutal guitars, and aggressive growls and roars. Ola Lindgren ain't no Chris Barnes, but he sounds the most intense on this demo than any other demo he's done with Grave or Corpse!
There is not one crappy song on this demo, but judging by the songs, you could tell that Grave is obviously influenced by such bands as Death, Metallica, Slayer, Autopsy, and Sepultura, which are the key to what makes their music so heavy and mind-blowing.
Once you begin listening to this demo, your head won't quit banging until the whole demo is over. The songs feature extremely catchy riffs that you can't just grow tired of in just a few days, even if there's only three songs.
Overall, this demo is clearly a must-have for any death metal lover and especially to any Grave fan. It features three excellent songs which will kick your ass from start to finish.