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An often rejected, parodied and misinterpreted sub-genre of metal, the fierce death metal has nevertheless succeeded in garnering a significant following over the decades. Arriving in the 80s, the genre continues to evolve; from its early pursuit of the ultra-violent to its more recent incorporation of aspects from more mainstream genres. Let us look back at...

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Title Artist Album Duration
1
Death Metal
Possessed Seven Churches 00:03:15

Possessed, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Jeff Becerra, Lyricist - Mike Torrao, Composer - Randy Burns, Producer

(P) 1985 Columbia Records a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Hung
Napalm Death Punishment In Capitals 00:03:30

Napalm Death, MainArtist

(C) 2003 Peaceville Records (P) 2003 Peaceville Records

3
Chapel Of Ghouls
Morbid Angel Altars of Madness 00:04:57
4
Edible Autopsy
Cannibal Corpse Eaten Back To Life 00:04:30

Cannibal Corpse, MainArtist

(C) 1990 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 1990 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

5
Slowly We Rot (Album Version)
Obituary Slowly We Rot (Reissue) 00:03:38

Scott Burns, Producer, Mixer - Obituary, MainArtist - Allen West, Composer, Music - Donald Tardy, Composer, Mixer, Music - John Tardy, Composer, Lyricist, Mixer - Trevor Peres, Composer, Music - Daniel Tucker, Composer

1989, 1997 The All Blacks B.V. 1989 The All Blacks B.V.

6
Unholy Wars
Atheist Piece of Time 00:02:20
7
Open Casket
Death Leprosy (Deluxe Reissue) 00:04:55

Death, MainArtist

(C) 2014 Relapse Records (P) 2014 Relapse Records Inc.

8
Polluted Minds
Napalm Death Scum (Deluxe Version) 00:00:57
9
Service for a Vacant Coffin
Autopsy Severed Survival 00:02:50

Cutler, Composer - Autopsy, MainArtist - Reifert, Composer - Vile Music (Imagem London Ltd), MusicPublisher

(C) 2003 Peaceville Records (P) 1989 Peaceville Records Ltd

10
Altering the Future
Death Spiritual Healing 00:05:34

Death, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2012 Relapse Records Inc.

11
Mother Man
Atheist Unquestionable Presence 00:04:34
12
God Of Emptiness
Morbid Angel Covenant 00:05:26
13
Day Of Suffering
Morbid Angel Blessed Are the Sick 00:01:54
14
Post Mortal Ejaculation
Cannibal Corpse Tomb Of The Mutilated 00:03:37

Cannibal Corpse, MainArtist

(C) 1992 Metal Blade Records, Inc. (P) 1992 Metal Blade Records, Inc.

15
Crucifixation (Album Version)
Deicide Deicide (Reissue) 00:03:50

Deicide, Producer, Music, MainArtist - Brian Hoffman, Composer - Eric Hoffman, Composer - Glen Benton, Composer, Lyricist - Scott Burns, Producer, Mixer - Steve Asheim, Composer

© 2003 The All Blacks B.V. ℗ 1998 The All Blacks B.V.

16
Dying (Album Version)
Obituary Cause of Death (Reissue) 00:04:30

Scott Burns, Producer, Mixer - Obituary, Producer, MainArtist - Donald Tardy, Composer, Music - John Tardy, Lyricist - Trevor Peres, Composer, Music

1990, 1997 The All Blacks B.V. 1990, 1997 The All Blacks B.V.

17
Your Life's Retribution
Atheist Unquestionable Presence 00:03:19
18
Jealousy
Death Individual Thought Patterns 00:03:41

Death, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Relapse Records Inc. (P) 2011 Relapse Records Inc.

19
Dawn Of The Angry
Morbid Angel Domination 00:04:39
20
Shit Eater (Live)
Autopsy Shitfun 00:02:33

Autopsy, MainArtist

(C) 2003 Peaceville Records (P) 1991 Peaceville Records

21
Hung
Napalm Death Punishment In Capitals 00:03:30

Napalm Death, MainArtist

(C) 2003 Peaceville Records (P) 2003 Peaceville Records

22
When Satan Rules His World (Album Version)
Deicide Once Upon The Cross 00:02:52

Deicide, Producer, MainArtist - Brian Hoffman, Composer - Eric Hoffman, Composer - Glen Benton, Composer, Lyricist - Scott Burns, Producer, Mixer - Steve Asheim, Composer

© 1995 The All Blacks B.V. ℗ 1995 The All Blacks B.V.

23
Dominate
Morbid Angel Domination 00:02:40
24
Mother Man
Atheist Unquestionable Presence 00:04:34

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An often rejected, parodied and misinterpreted sub-genre of metal, the fierce death metal has nevertheless succeeded in garnering a significant following over the decades. Arriving in the 80s, the genre continues to evolve; from its early pursuit of the ultra-violent to its more recent incorporation of aspects from more mainstream genres. Let us look back at the origins of death metal.

The Golden Age of American Death Metal

by Clément Bruni

An often rejected, parodied and misinterpreted sub-genre of metal, the fierce death metal has nevertheless succeeded in garnering a significant following over the decades. Arriving in the 80s, the genre continues to evolve; from its early pursuit of the ultra-violent to its more recent incorporation of aspects from more mainstream genres. Let us look back at the origins of death metal.

This was in part due to the nature of death metal itself. Its violent sound, inhumane vocals and raw, morbid iconography disturbed some. Godflesh’s video, approved by Columbia and initially meant to be broadcast on MTV, was never shown due to its strong religious connotations that the channel discerned offensive. In 1991, Earache fell victim to the Obscene Publication Act, a law originally intended to forbid all obscene writing that held the possibility of “depraving or corrupting the reader”. Albums by Carcass, Cadaver and Filthy Christians were seized by the police in the label’s locality as their covers were deemed offensive. Sales of a record by Swedish group Dismember were also banned in England due to the lyrics in the song Skin her Alive! Legal action was taken, and covered by the musical press, which amounted to a victory for distributors.

What’s more, disagreements arose within groups with regard to what musical direction the bands would follow. Interviews that follow the development of Carcass’ album Swansong and Napalm Death’s Fear Emptiness Despair are rather representative of such quarrels. Indeed, all the inertia surrounding the movement since its conception in 1983 was based on the frantic pursuit of speed and sonic aggression. Once these goals were achieved and pushed as far as they could go, the question of where the genre would head next arose in an evident and direct manner.

And so, the mid-90s marked an important milestone in the history of the genre, with the end of the original death metal. Responses to how the genre would move on from there musically varied from group to group. Some groups continued to push virtuosity and aggression a little further, some continued their journey in search of innovation, while others continue to remodel themselves by means of merging with other more mainstream genres. Such has notably been the case with the Swedish scene, which appeared slightly after the American scene, and will be known as much for its origins as its musical style.

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