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10 Essential Death Metal

10 essential albums from/relating to the death metal genre.
1Possessed
Seven Churches


Not truly death metal, but Possessed was one of the pioneers of death metal. A must own for people wanting to listen to death metal's roots.
2Death
Scream Bloody Gore


The defining death metal album, Death's Scream Bloody Gore delivers all you could want from a death metal album: gory lyrics, evil-sounding riffs, death vocals and very fast-paced songs the entire way through.
3Morbid Angel
Altars of Madness


Morbid Angel took death metal and refined it much more to separate itself from extreme thrash bands such as Slayer and Celtic Frost.
4Obituary
Cause Of Death


One of the few bands besides Death to use cleaner death vocals so they can be easily understood.
5Deicide
Deicide


Another early death metal band, Deicide uses anti-christian lyrics similar to black metal bands rather than the gory lyrics found in most death metal bands.
6Atheist
Unquestionable Presence


Atheist was way far ahead of its time when they released their first album in 1989. They played extremely technical death metal beyond anything heard up to this point.
7Suffocation
Effigy of the Forgotten


Suffocation led death metal into a more technical and brutal direction while still retaining the classic death metal sound.
8Cannibal Corpse
Tomb of the Mutilated


Like Mayhem, Cannibal Corpse is probably the source of all the cute death metal stereotypes you hear all the time.
9Carcass
Heartwork


While a grind band at first, Carcass drifted into the world of death metal and became a pioneer of melodic death metal.
10Cryptopsy
None So Vile


It's None So fucking Vile, why else?
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