Clandestine (album)

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Studio album by Entombed
Released November 12, 1991 (1991-11-12)
Recorded 1991
Genre Death metal
Length 43:41
Label Earache, Relativity
Producer Tomas Skogsberg
Entombed chronology
Left Hand Path
Wolverine Blues
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Clandestine is the second studio album by Swedish death metal band Entombed. It was released on November 12, 1991, in Europe, and on February 11, 1992, in North America. It helped establish a distinctively Swedish sound in the death metal genre. This is the only Entombed album on which original vocalist L.G. Petrov does not appear.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Living Dead" Nicke Andersson, Alex Hellid 4:26
2. "Sinners Bleed" Andersson, Uffe Cederlund 5:10
3. "Evilyn" Andersson, Cederlund, Lars Rosenberg 5:05
4. "Blessed Be" Andersson, Cederlund, Hellid, Rosenberg 4:46
5. "Stranger Aeons" Andersson, Cederlund, Kenny Håkansson 3:25
6. "Chaos Breed" Andersson, Cederlund, Håkansson 4:52
7. "Crawl" Andersson 6:13
8. "Severe Burns" Andersson 4:01
9. "Through the Collonades" Andersson, Håkansson 5:39
Total length: 43:41

2008 re-issue[edit]

Clandestine was re-issued as part of the Earache Classic Series with a DVD. The DVD is identical to their Monkey Puss DVD.

No. Title Length
1. "Left Hand Path" (video clip)  
2. "Stranger Aeons" (video clip)  
3. "Hollowman" (video clip)  
4. "Wolverine Blues" (video clip)  
5. "Night of the Vampire" (video clip)  
6. "Living Dead"  
7. "Revel in Flesh"  
8. "Stranger Aeons"  
9. "Crawl"  
10. "But Life Goes On"  
11. "Sinners Bleed"  
12. "Evilyn"  
13. "The Truth Beyond"  
14. "Drowned"  
15. "Left Hand Path"  


Johnny Dordevic is listed on the sleeve as the lead singer, but he does not appear on the album. All vocals were recorded by Nicke Andersson.[2]


  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. "Clandestine - Entombed". Allmusic. Retrieved 6 February 2006.
  2. ^ Ekeroth, Daniel (2008). Swedish Death Metal. Bazillion Points. p. 189. ISBN 978-0-9796163-1-0.