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The ten songs are credited to all four bandmembers Petrov, Alex Hellid, Nico Elgstrand , Olle Dahlstedt , and Serpent Saints indeed comes across like a true group effort. Again, it's clear these guys have clearly settled into a comfortable groove. They've developed a style that works well for them; far from innovative, it's nonetheless potent and mighty satisfying for anyone who enjoys straightforward extreme metal free of black metal theatrics, bombast, and pretension.
At 41 minutes, Serpent Saints is relatively short, though this too is welcome. Kicking off with a pair of great songs, "Serpent Saints" and "Masters of Death," the latter featuring Killjoy of Necrophagia on secondary vocals, there's little filler here and the band doesn't overextend its stay; they deliver the goods as they have for years, plain and simple.