Unholy Grave is a Japanese grindcore band that formed in 1993 and are based in the city of Nagoya. The band got its name from the song "Beyond the Unholy Grave" by the American death metal band Death. Unholy Grave's lyrics mainly focus on political and social issues. A common phrase appearing on the artwork of the band's releases is "Grindcore Against Terrorism!". Unholy Grave are known for being highly prolific, releasing a considerably large amount of splits. Chaotic Raw Madness 7" (live – 2002). Fanaticism 7" (Rescued from Life Records). Kill 'Em All for One 7". Morbid Reality 7" (1996).
Album Scream Bloody Gore. Beyond the Unholy Grave Lyrics. Messenger of evil Haunting your soul Laying in peace Taking my corpse. Demeaning it was hell Drink it all to death Trying to resist it Slow unholy breath. Beyond the unholy grave Beyond the unholy grave Beyond the unholy grave. Screaming in silence Withing mistery Inside is spilled With your brain.
Kill 'Em All is Metallica's debut album, released on July 25, 1983 on Megaforce Records. Metallica's original line-up featured James Hetfield (rhythm guitar/vocals), Lars Ulrich (drums), Ron McGovney (bass), and Dave Mustaine (lead guitar). Because of tensions with Mustaine, McGovney left the band. Castro Valley-born bassist Cliff Burton was recruited as his replacement. Mustaine was fired in April 1983 for his drug and alcohol problems, overly aggressive behavior, and clashes with bandmates.
The Kill 'Em All Tour was the first major concert tour by American thrash metal band Metallica. The tour, which was sponsored by their record label, Megaforce Records, was in support of their debut album, Kill 'Em All, released two days before the start of the tour. Metallica supported Raven, Venom and Twisted Sister while supporting acts for Metallica included Anthrax and Armored Saint
The true birth of thrash. On Kill 'Em All, Metallica fuses the intricate riffing of New Wave of British Heavy Metal bands like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Diamond Head with the velocity of Motörhead and hardcore punk. James Hetfield's highly technical rhythm guitar style drives most of the album, setting new standards of power, precision, and stamina. But really, the rest of the band is just as dexterous, playing with tightly controlled fury even at the most ridiculously fast tempos
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|CB007, Crucial Blast 07||Unholy Grave||Kill 'Em All For One? (7", EP)||Crucial Blast, Crucial Blast||CB007, Crucial Blast 07||US||2001|
|CB007, Crucial Blast 07||Unholy Grave||Kill 'Em All For One? (7", EP, Gre)||Crucial Blast, Crucial Blast||CB007, Crucial Blast 07||US||2001|