After the breakup of The Crown (your average thrash/death metal band) vocalist Johan Lindstrand formed One Man Army and the Undead Quartet, who since then have made one excellent album per year (three so far). They fall into the category of bands that have found a receipt that works perfectly for them, even if it makes all their album sound a bit alike. That’s not really bad, if you happen to like it. Their style mixes the heaviness and deep growls you expect from Death Metal (and some melodic elements from Melodic Death Metal), with the speed and out front aggression of trash metal. Despite that it remains still accessible and varied, it’s raw power meets skills, not just boring loud noise.