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Snox's Death Metal Top Five

My top five favourite death metal albums.
Close to a World Below

The defining moment of Immolation's career. This album is packed full of monstrous riffs,
insanely proficient drumming and some of Dolan's best vocal/lyrical work. I mean, if 'Father,
You're Not a Father' isn't a defining death metal song, I don't know what is.

Not really pure death metal, many would choose Human over this, but everything about this
makes it one of the most memorable albums of all time (for me). No doubt Chuck is the
most quotable dm lyricist ever, and his riffs couple with Gene Hoglan's groovy drumming still
sets an unmatched standard. DiGiorgio is also a terrific bassist and whatnot.
3Sempiternal Deathreign
The Spooky Gloom

A questionable choice for most, but for me, this album is a defining classic in the
death/doom genre. The absolutely fantastic songwriting and how easily the band
changes aesthetics whilst still sounds utterly monstrous and focused is incredible.
'Creep-O-Rama' for best death/doom song of all time.
Considered Dead

To this day my favourite Gorguts album, it's raw, it's beautiful, it's heavy, it's
brutal, it's Gorguts. Every one of their albums are probably worthy of this position,
but Considered Dead has always been my favourite.
Effigy of the Forgotten

You can't make a top dm list without Suffocation, and for good reason. Laying out
the blueprint for brutal death metal, Suffocation's debut is filled to the brim with
wicked riffs, solos, blast beats and breakdowns. Not to mention Mullen's signature
vocal style that would be replicated for years to come. Defining classic and a
personal favourite.
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