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Graveland

Even by usual black steel standards, since their inception in 1992 Poland’s Graveland have were able to piss away an inordinately large numbers of people for their excessively right-wing (read: Nazi-sympathizing) politics. Mainly the task of vocalist/guitarist Darken (aka Robert Fudali), Graveland initial gave voice with their pagan misanthropy (and various other stupidities called above) with a variety of demos before 1994’s Carpathian Wolves record. With bassist Karcharoth and drummer Capricornus adding to the band’s rather sloppy, lo-fi approach (comparable to primitive Bathory), following initiatives like 1996’s The Celtic Wintertime, 1998’s Following Voice of Bloodstream, and 2001’s Prawo Stali (all released with the No Colors label) were fulfilled with understandable boycotts with the mainstream mass media. Throw in the casual trip to the mental organization to cope with his “problems,” so you barely have the substances for an effective career, or perhaps a fair understanding of Graveland’s music.

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