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10.10.20 Anaal Nathrakh Ranked09.22.20 Still More OSDM
09.12.20 More OSDM09.04.20 OSDM
05.09.20 Good Death Metal From 202004.23.20 2020 First Third
08.16.19 WANYK Rankyd12.17.18 2018: The Year Death Metal Didn’t Suc
06.19.18 Y'all need noise03.27.18 Rec Me 2018 (Please)
03.21.18 Cat mom now02.01.18 all prepare to cross this clamor
12.10.17 10 Years of Awaiting This Cross11.24.17 Black (Metal) Friday
08.15.17 harsh noise/PE/death industrial pt. III08.10.17 harsh noise/PE/death industrial pt. II
08.06.17 harsh noise/PE/death industrial08.02.17 like, some really good stuff guys
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This streak of absorbing as much 90s death metal as possible has not ceased nor waned. For your exploration, I offer another set of records that I think are undermentioned in this oft-praised genre and decade.
Member of Immortal Damnation

Holy fukk this is so damn good, how this isn’t on a pedestal in the annals of Finnish DM I have no idea. They just dropped a record THIS YEAR too that surprisingly still rips hard.
Youth Against Christ

Hardcore-infused death metal with fist-first sacrilegious themes?!!

Yes plz
The First 9

If you think Volbeat has sick grooves and think they’d be awesome applied to death metal, well here is my gift to you. Michael Poulsen’s band prior to Volbeat, actually named after one of this band’s albums.
4Tyrant Trooper
Insane Sickness

THIS is how you do deathrash. I have a personal distaste for trad thrash vocals, so this is prime delicious matching those catchy speed riffs with decent gutturals.
Solstice of Oppression

Another one that I’m just plum-amazed isn’t more popular...this is an absolutely brilliant slab of proto-tech death and they’re even American, so no excuse in my mind to not know this.
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