Gravewürm - Into Battle CD
Another Gravewürm release and you know what to expect: more grooving, crunchy riffs, more rocky drumming, and yet more strict adherence to the oldschool styles of black/thrash. But there's other, more underrated elements as well: a bit more progression and complexity with every release, though it still is within its strictly defined aesthetic. The change isn't open at all. There are no complex time signatures of prog leanings. This is not a band that feels the need to prove anything to you. Gravewürm instead merely churns out releases of their patented style, progressing slowly but steadily on their own without any input from the outside world. It's a policy that many other bands would be smart to employ.