Death Metal Legends ENTOMBED Drop “Sinners Bleed” from Live ‘Clandestine’ Album Performance!

Swedish death metal legends ENTOMBED reunited to perform their second album, Clandestine in full for the first time in recognition of the album’s 25th anniversary. The first track released from that performance is, “Sinners Bleed”, which you can check out here along with more details.

From The Press Release

Entombed featuring original members Nicke Andersson, Uffe Cederlund and Alex Hellid invite you to hear the unique experience of the band performing their second album “Clandestine” in full live for the first time ever for the album’s 25th Anniversary.

Check out the first single “Sinners Bleed” HERE:

Threeman Recordings presents Act 2: The Entombed performance – A concert in two acts based entirely on the Swedish band‘s acclaimed album “Clandestine” from 1991. It is a unique concert where the pioneering album is played from beginning to end. From the opening track “Living Dead” to closer “Through The Collonades “. In the first act, the Malmö Symphony Orchestra and Choir performs Clandestine, arranged for orchestra by Thomas Von Wachenfeldt (Wachenfeldt), with the original members from Entombed sitting in as part of the ensemble.

In the second act, the band performs the entire album live in the original version for the very first time.

’CLANDESTINE – LIVE” will be released on CD, CD bundle with exclusive T-Shirt & 2LP 180gr Deluxe Vinyl incl. Poster on Threeman Recordings on May 17, 2019. Pre-Order here:

Check out the Teaser here:


Guitar: Alex Hellid

Drums: Nicke Andersson

Guitar & Backing Vocals: Uffe Cederlund

Vocals: Robert Andersson

Bass: Edvin Aftonfalk


  1. INTRO
  8. CRAWL

More info on Entombed

Entombed was inducted into the Swedish Music Hall of Fame in 2014 with the following motivation: “Hard rock is just as typical of growing up in medium-sized Swedish towns as football and mopeds.

Hard rock is Swedish folk music with studded wrist bands instead of tasseled garters. After two decades of Anglo-Saxon hard-rock a Swedish band, Entombed, became one of the world leaders in death metal. A subculture that has spread throughout the world, mutated in various forms, and after 20 years continues to be just as vital. Entombed is part of the heavier internationalization of Swedish popular music – all categories.”

The band was founded in 1987 under the name of Nihilist. With its catchy, versatile but still rock hard music Entombed pioneered Scandinavian death metal, which was different from its American counterpart mainly by the characteristic, chainsaw-like guitar sound. The special sound they got by tuning down their guitars three full steps (to C or less), by using a maxed out Boss HM-2 Heavy Metal pedal, in combination with a guitar running through a Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal. The debut album “Left Hand Path” was released in 1990 and followed up the following year with “Clandestine”.

For the 25th anniversary of Clandestine original members Nicke Andersson, Uffe Cederlund and Alex Hellid performed the album from start to finish together with the perfect fitting Robert Andersson (Vocals) and Edvin Aftonfalk (bass) of Morbus Chron. The evening also saw the Malmö Symphonic Orchestra featuring Entombed perform Thomas von Wachenfeldt‘s stunning arrangement of Clandestine for orchestra.

Left Hand Path, 1990
Clandestine, 1991
Wolverine Blues, 1994
To Ride, Shoot Straight & Speak the Truth, 1997
Same Difference, 1999
Uprising, 2000
Morningstar, 2002
Inferno/Averno, 2004
Serpent Saints, 2007
Clandestine – Live, 2018

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I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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