When it comes to classic Swedish death metal (aka, the “Sunlight” sound), everyone talks about Entombed, Dismember and Carnage. And rightly so, these bands and their classic albums are foundational to the development of the death metal genre. But more people need to recognize Grave. Additionally, more people need to recognize 1992’s You’ll Never See as a classic death metal album. In 1992, Grave continued on their deadly path with You’ll Never See, again displaying relentless death metal that strengthened their position as one of Sweden’s leading bands. Grave’s second album sounds a lot cleaner than their debut, but most of the brutality is intact. The guitars are meaty as hell, and Jorgen’s vocals are incredibly deep and powerful. He was definitely one of the best singers in the scene at this time. This special reissue comes in a slipcase and features six tracks from the 1993 "...And here I die... Satisfied" EP!