Morbid Angel Altars of Madness
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evilford
February 13th 2013



22388 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I was where you're at for quite a while...then one day I listened again and was like goddamn this is a hard 5

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demigod!
February 13th 2013



44162 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

yeah i heard this the other day for the first time in like two years and it was quite the wake up call

need to spin a few more times still but its growin hard

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pissbore
February 13th 2013



9935 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

k guys watch the vid plz

demigod!
February 13th 2013



44162 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

trey's onto some next level shit

evilford
February 13th 2013



22388 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I'll check the vid when I can but I'm at work at the moment and out web security blocks streaming sites, p lame

Gwyn.
February 13th 2013



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The most importent death metal album is obviously Scream Bloody Gore. After all, it was the first.


This is super fucking old but better help clear misinformation

Actually Possessed released a Death Metal album before Death did, but Death released a series of demos that were very much dm prototypes, so yeah

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pissbore
February 13th 2013



9935 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

IMPIOUS MORTAL LIVES

demigod!
February 13th 2013



44162 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

SBG was the first true dm album, it established everything even beyond the music (which it pretty much laid the groundwork for; Seven Churches was very early DM, but it lacked the slow-fast sections that Death brought to the table with this and Leprosy, and was much thrashier and not as pure as this), especially the gorey themes and dat album cover which is pretty much classic 80s DM imagery

Gwyn.
February 13th 2013



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Well, SBG defined dm more than pretty much any other dm, or Death, album, i'm just saying that it wasn't the first dm, technically speaking

Still, Death was the father of dm, that's no question

evilford
February 13th 2013



22388 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

technically Beethoven released the first dm

demigod!
February 13th 2013



44162 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

technically yeah you're right. but this was still the first "pure" death metal album i think

and my friend and I were talking about this the other day. How many other bands are so damn legendary that they have an entire genre named after them? i can't think of any. truly one of the all time greats.



...i say in a morbid angel thread

Gwyn.
February 13th 2013



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Death invented music.

So no.

@evilford

Gwyn.
February 13th 2013



15018 Comments


How many other bands are so damn legendary that they have an entire genre named after them? i can't think of any.


I don't think there is one, no.

I think it partly has to do with the fact that usually the primitive stages of any genre is always very loose and needs much more definition.

But Death completely defined almost everything there is to define in Death metal, image, sound, everything.

pissbore
February 13th 2013



9935 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

let's not forget that abominations of desolation was recorded in '86

pissbore
February 13th 2013



9935 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

glad you dig it man, the whole album is extremely solid and packed to the brim with riffs

evilford
February 13th 2013



22388 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

insta 5 it

pissbore
February 13th 2013



9935 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

yeah it will take a few listens before it sinks it but oh man when it does

you will be humming riffs for days

DrMaximus
February 13th 2013



9160 Comments


The solos melt face

pissbore
February 13th 2013



9935 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

hard

evilford
February 13th 2013



22388 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I love sandoval



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