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The primal Scream Bloody Gore is where thrash first mutates into death metal. Aside from the drums, beaten to a bloody pulp by Chris Reifert, Death founder Chuck Schuldiner sings, plays, and writes everything. Notice how the technical chops that would gradually creep into the genre are downplayed. On “Regurgitated Guts” and “Zombie Ritual,” Death instead rely on furious blunt force to express Schuldiner’s darkest obsessions: horror flicks, psychopathy, and every shade of gore-porn imaginable. Metal would never be the same.

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Thank you iTunes!

I'm so glad that iTunes now has Death's full discography! Though it's obviously not their best album, it is a very important historical release, pioneering the now infamous death metal genre. Highlights include "Zombie Ritual", "Mutilation", and "Baptized in Blood", the last of which probably has one of the most chilling intro riffs ever written.


Every song in this album deserves a listen. Each song has a little something to make it unique, whether it's an interesting intro like Zombie Ritual or Evil Dead, or is straight up sick like Scream Bloody Gore or Denial of Life. Only complaint is that the songs don't have enough of their own flair to sound unique to each other.


Formed: 1983 in Orlando, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Over the course of more than a decade and seven increasingly accomplished albums, Chuck Schuldiner, the architect behind the ubiquitous Death, became a bona fide heavy metal icon. Now widely recognized as the father of death metal (if a single candidate must be chosen, his résumé is about as good as it gets), Schuldiner's singular drive and ruthless creative vision guaranteed that Death would ever represent the cutting edge of the style's development. Indeed, while the savagely raw aggression contained...
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