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Sorcery - Rivers Of The Dead EP (1990)
Before Sorcery, Magnus Karlsson-Mård and Paul Johansson played in a band called Curse (not to be confused with Curse from Spånga) around 1984/1985. They didn't record anything. Curse split up and Magnus and Paul went on to form Acid Queen in late 1985.
Ola joined them in January 1986. In the summer of 1986 they hooked up with Patrik L. Johansson and Fredik Nygren and changed their name to Sorcery.
Sorcery recorded their fourth demo in April 1992 that was never officially released (tracks: Maculated Life/Insanity Arise/Mass Murder). A week before the recording bass-player Magnus Karlsson-Mård quit the band, so Peter Hedman played both guitar and bass on these recordings. This was also Fred Nygren's last recording with Sorcery. The demo was only spread through tapetrading (never with a cover).
The last sign of life was a sampler track "Inhabitants" on a Voices Of Death CD-sampler of VOD Records in 1996. Band split up a bit later in 1997.Quote:Sorcery were one of those early swedish DM bands who managed to rise above the sea of endless demo bands, record proper material and actually establish a cult following among underground circles. I've never had the opportunity to hear the demos, but I guess they were pretty special, good enough for Thrash Records to offer to release this 7".
Both tracks appear on the full-length, but I personally prefer these versions, they're rawer, faster and have much more feeling and aggression. The music is basically old-school swedish death metal, with a hint of thrash, not unlike Epitaph's Seeming Salvation. There are some pretty cool riffs, especially in the song intros, generally the guitars do a great job, simple, catchy, chromatic riffs done the old-school way, no pointless soloing, just straight forward death metal. Thankfully there aren't any blastbeats, they would've ruined the atmosphere and don't really fit well into swedish DM (unlike USDM), the drum work is pretty technical and varied, and gets your head banging in the fast parts. The vocals are, again, done in the typical swedish way, throaty, raspy yells, except for a cool guttural part at the beginning of "The Rite of Sacrifice".