Original Entombed members Alex Hellid, Ulf “Uffe” Cederlund, and Nicke Andersson recently reunited to play on the Close-Up Båten cruise, and to perform “Clandestine” in its entirety at Malmö Live in Malmö, Sweden. However, these shows, which also featured ex-Morbus Chron members Robert Andersson and Edvin Aftonfalk, may only be one-off dates, according to Uffe.
He told Tough Riffs the following, when asked about future shows
“We have no plans whatsoever. I’m not sure if we ever will do something again. It depends what turns up. I’m not sure if we’re a band or not. I mean, me, Nicke and Alex are somehow Entombed in my eyes. If we do something again, I really hope that Edvin and Robert are interested again because it worked out so good. I can’t see us on the road again. We’ll see. Right now we have other things to take care of.”
He also commented on the possibility of new music:
“We have talked about it but I’m not sure if it’s going to happen. Maybe someday if we have spare time and a lot of ideas for songs. It would be interesting to do it one day. All of us are super busy with other stuff in life, bands, children, work and so on.”
“I don’t think it’s that important to do another Entombed album. I would be happy to keep on playing the ‘Clandestine’ album forever, if we do shows.”
He did add that the band re-recorded some early material, but he is unsure if that will see the light of day.