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Sound Of Perseverance - DeathThe Sound of Perseverance (278 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 21/06/08 (Very useful, 15 readings)
pinnacle Chuck Schuldiner could reach with Death, which may be the reason he formed the side project Control Denied to concentrate on a lighter style of music away from the d Death metal genre he was so integral in pioneering. However, record company pressure urged Schuldiner to return to Death once more, incorporating some of his outlandish ideas into what would become the slightly weird and utterly brilliant The Sound of Perseverance. Tragically, this would also prove to be the final Death album, as Schuldiner died of brain stem cancer in 2001. This was the first Death album I heard (also one of my first death metal albums), and it still blows me away today. ...
Scream Bloody Gore - DeathThe First Death Metal Album (236 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 21/06/08 (Very useful, 22 readings)
After several years and countless demo releases, Florida d Death metal pioneers Death released their full-length debut album and kick-started a genre. There are inevitable debates about whether or not this was the first death metal album, but the argument can be succinctly put to rest by pointing out that this is the best. Death remain one of my all-time favourite death metal bands, the original and best in a way, and it s fascinating to take a glimpse into their humble origins after the experimental excesses of their later, even more impressive career. While Scream Bloody Gore is certainly primitive and repetitive, it still stands far above the majority of eighties ...
Human - DeathHuman (231 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 21/06/08 (Useful, 14 readings)
The seminal Human inaugurates the second half of D Death s career, the junction at which the old-school thrash fans disembark and the prog fans take a keen interest. That s not to say that this is an entirely different band, and indeed anyone who enjoyed the heaviness of earlier albums such as Leprosy should be satisfied with the even more devastating production job here, it s just that the guitar spots that tended to carve out their own, indulgent sections in each song on the previous Spiritual Healing are now more extensive and more experimental, leading to the full-blown instrumental Cosmic Sea. On the other hand, this is a much more concisely edited affair than ...