#1
So, these chaps are from spain, yet they play very obvious swedeath fellatio, including a very good sunlight studios production imitation. They sound like pretty archetypal swedeath, particularly Dismember.They just released a new EP in the past month or so, too.

http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Graveyard/111014

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6asBlPR6Be8
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#2
Sounds decent enough, but out of a select few bands I've been plugging a bit too much to mention them again, modern Swedeath fellatio just doesn't do it for me.

Aside from Miasmal, who are just completely derivative, I need at least some sort of personality injected into the mix to enjoy this sort of band.
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#3
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Sounds decent enough, but out of a select few bands I've been plugging a bit too much to mention them again, modern Swedeath fellatio just doesn't do it for me.

Aside from Miasmal, who are just completely derivative, I need at least some sort of personality injected into the mix to enjoy this sort of band.

I agree, but most bands wear their influences on their sleeve when they start out. I'd give these "Swedeath worship" bands time, although most of them probably won't be around in five years, anyways.
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