15. Sep. 2011, 19:55 von HiroakiP
6. Aug. 2011, 19:28 von BeyondEternityPlaying in a Death Metal band Plague Rider which plays the type of Death Metal which still has the Thrash influence in there and is well played. I consider myself to be a big Death Metal fan. I love all types of Death Metal and I thought i would share some of my favorites. With the people here. See if you can find some new albums and get into them.
This list will exclude Technical Death Metal.
My favorite early Death album. This album is basically a better produced and slightly more technical version than Scream Bloody Gore. Whilst the innovation of Scream Bloody Gore is undeniable. I believe this album has more memorable songs and flows as an album better. This was when Chuck was at his most evil writing riffs that make your skin crawl. The thrash element is still there, for example in songs like Left to Die with that monster thrash influenced riff in the mid section. …
16. Mai. 2010, 13:39 von baltech22Fifth in a series of two.
See parts ONE, TWO, THREE and FOUR
41. R.U. Dead? - Promotape 
Okay, I know the band name is ridiculous, but just trust me on this one. This was a full-length demo and never saw a proper release, but it's one of the most astounding slabs of death metal I've ever heard. The band was formed by Uli Hildenbrand after the dissolution of Poison and continued largely along the same track, with a more refined sound that seamlessly merged Teutonic thrash with Autopsy-style doomy death, while also blazing a trail with sprawling compositions and classy guitar interplay. In a lot of ways, this band laid the blueprint for bands like The Chasm and Dissection. A true classic lost to time.
42. Internal Decay - A Forgotten Dream 
22. Mär. 2010, 19:51 von DessPLIF YOUR LIFE WAS A MOVIE, WHAT WOULD THE SOUNDTRACK BE?
So, here's how it works:
1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. For every question, type the song that's playing
5. When you go to a new question, press the next button
6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool... and a lot of the songs fit with the setting
Opening Credits: Blue Light - Cathedral
Waking Up: A Common Hope - Gorod
First Day At School: Castigatio - Deathbringer
Falling In Love: Psycroptipath - Psycroptic
Fight Song: Effervescing Discharge of Putrescent Corpulence - Necrony
Breaking Up: Heaven Can Wait - Iron Maiden
Prom: Be My Bloody Valentine - Frightmare
Life: The Edge Of Darkness - Iron Maiden
Mental Breakdown: Hymn 8 - Wolf And The Night - Ulver
Flashback: Fuck Your Life (remastered) - Cuntess
Getting back together: Oasis of Molten Gold - Melechesh
Wedding: The Supreme Sacrifice - Limbonic Art
8. Jan. 2010, 4:39 von Conservationisthttp://image3.examiner.com/images/blog/EXID10472/images/dark_legions_archive.jpg
Kontinual, editor of the Dark Legions Archive
"In underground metal, there is a youthful coalescence of seemingly disparate ideas, a syncretism. These are rooted in themes of heroism, warfare, death, the beyond, history, endtimes -- indulgent glimpses into worlds beyond the individual and the dreary present, and far from merely temporal or personal concerns. The approach is boundless and powerful, and the music matches."
Interview with Kontinual, editor of the Dark Legions Archive
Bands reviewed in the Dark Legions Archive:
* Abyss, The
* Ancient Rites
* At the Gates
* Averse Sefira
29. Aug. 2009, 17:17 von baltech22Shipping within the U.S. = $1.70
Outside U.S. = $3.50
Absu - Third Storm of Cythraul ltd. Digipak [Black/Thrash Metal, USA, 1997] - $15 or best offer
Abysmal - The Pillorian Age CD [Black/Doom Metal, NOR, 1994] - $5
Aghora - Aghora Digi CD - $5
AGONY - Apocalyptic Dawning CD - $5
Armageddon - Crossing the Rubicon CD [Prog/MeloDeath, SWE, 1997] - $18 or best offer
Azaghal - Of Beasts & Vultures CD - $5
Creepmime - Shadows CD [Death/Doom Metal, NED, 1994] - $5
Darkthrone - Plaguewielder CD - $5
Dark Angel - Time Does Not Heal CD - $5
Evilution - Shrine of Desecration CD - $5
Fleshless - Sensual Death Immitation CD - $8
Hemlock - Funeral Mask CD - $15 or best offer
Impetigo - Ultimo Mondo Canibale CD [Goregrind, USA, 1990] - $5
Kalibas - Product of Hard Living CD [Deathgrind, USA, 2002] - $5
Kalibas - Enthusiastic Corruption of the Common Good MCD [Deathgrind, USA, 2002] - $2
Khanate - Khanate CD [Drone/Doom, USA, 2001] - $5
20. Mai. 2009, 3:53 von baltech22Fourth in a series of two.
See parts ONE, TWO and THREE
This time, they're in chronological order
Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom 
Here's a band every Obituary fan should listen to and realize how foolish they've been to have worshipped that overrated tripe. Sempiternal Deathreign was probably the ORIGINAL death/doom band. This album came out a full two years before Autopsy's Mental Funeral, and one year before Winter's Into Darkness. Basically, it's really raw, ugly doom/death, influenced primarily by the likes of Hellhammer and Black Sabbath, as well as classic Teutonic thrash (Sodom, Kreator). And unlike the aforementioned Obituary, their solos AREN'T the only interesting thing about their music. There are some actually great riffs to be found in here. Songs range anywhere from 1:55 to 10:53, so there's plenty of variety here, as well.
Traumatic Voyage - Traumatic Voyage 
17. Dez. 2008, 1:11 von maidenhellDeath Metal Radio
Building off the speed and complexity of thrash metal, death metal emerged during the mid 1980s. It was mainly inspired by thrash metal acts like Slayer, Kreator and Celtic Frost. Along with the band Death and its frontman Chuck Schuldiner (who is often referred to as "the father of death metal"), bands like Possessed and Morbid Angel are often considered pioneers of the genre. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, death metal gained more media attention as popular record labels like Earache Records and Roadrunner Records.
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7. Dez. 2008, 10:42 von 0k0k0k0
16. Nov. 2008, 0:57 von baltech22Back by popular demand!
As usual, these are in no particular order of preference.
21. Cosmic Atrophy - Codex Incubo 
THE death metal album of 2008. Cosmic Atrophy are a duo out of Houston that does what nobody truly ventured to do - pick up where Demilich left off with their legendary Nespithe album. Codex Incubo is a bit on the short side but it does an amazing job of expanding on the ideas Demilich put forth 15 years earlier. Don't worry, though, it's not a clone by any means. These guys are already hard at work on their next album, so there will more than likely be plenty more where that came from.
22. Torchure - The Essence 
Like early Morgoth and Bolt Thrower? You'll probably love this. Possibly the only one of the early German death metal bands not to turn assfuckingly gay in the mid-90s. Great atmospheric old-school death with both thrashy and doomy tracks…