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Cross the Styx: Diabolical Summoning

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take no prisioners butality

Pure old school death metal, a defanite must have for any bloodthursty death metal lunatic.

Not stupid!

It's great. Especially Cross the Styx. Using both melody and crushing rythmic work, these guys craft something entirely original and freaking awesome. Their best albums are Hate, and Cross the Styx.

Original death metal!!

I've never heard these guys until now and I wish I've found them sooner. I love death metal especially classic stuff and this well fits that catagory by sound. All hail the sinister ones!!

Biography

Formed: 1989 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Sinister got its start in 1989 when death metal was just starting to gain momentum around the world as a movement. Signing to Nuclear Blast in 1991, they would go on to release five albums between that time and 1998, when they left the label. Moving to Hammerheart Records the next year, they found a new singer in Rachel Heyzer, making them one of the only death metal bands with a female vocalist. Their first album with her, 2001's Creative Killings, was their sixth altogether. The band broke up in...
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