Twelve inch vinyl pressing. 2013 EP from the Death Metal band. Bone Sickness are local to Olympia, WA (also the HQ of 20 Buck Spin) and have the relentless energy and ferocity of a young band that's lived their lives in a smaller American town away from big-city trends. Alone in the Grave represents a new turn (or return) to Death Metal played with reckless abandon and spontaneity rather than cold, controlled calculation. It's about time. Keeping in that spirit, the record's breakneck pace does it's work over seven songs in 20 minutes; a perfect length that demands repeated, consecutive spins. Alone in the Grave is adorned with artwork of total dementia from the perma-fried pen of Hand of Beaver, the resident art director of the oft-copied, never duplicated legendary heavy metal magazine Chips & Beer a cover that can be stared at throughout the record's length, constantly revealing ghastly new detail.