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Rec me Death Metal albums that sound massive

The list are some of my favorite SOUNDING Death Metal Albums. Gives you an idea what I mean by massive. Basically, very very heavy, dense, and atmospheric. Maybe a bit doomier? The albums in the list are complex and vast but not really wanky like a lot of prog Death Metal I've heard.
Colored Sands

This album is absolutely beautiful. The production is pristine. Everything sounds clear and fucking massive. The compositions are very interesting and there's a real sense of purpose in Lemay's vocals and guitar work. The drumming is incredible.

This album is a complete beatdown and then there's the creepy quieter moments and Lemay's bizarre compositions still entertain me after all these years. It's very off kilter I guess? Some of the riffs. Have to relisten many times to really understand what's happening. Love doing that with albums. There may be a theme with vocals here among all the albums. For the most part the vocalists are very very low growlers (especially Nile). Love that brutally evil dark sound of those vocals.
Transcendence into the Peripheral

This entire album is like a haze. Like being stuck in a pit somewhere unable to get out. There's also creepy production here, strange sounds in the background of some songs and I can't figure out what's making the sounds. Love this kind of stuff.
In Their Darkened Shrines

Most Nile albums have an incredibly dense sound. Extremely heavy sounding. Brutally low guttural vocals and with the Egyptian thing they have going on, the music sounds other worldly and vast. Creepy. I love the smothering, all encompassing sound on 'Sarcophagus'
At the Gate of Sethu

The song ''Enduring...'' in particular on this album is a sound that I love. Can't find anything quite like that song. There's a creepy gong in the song and the vocals get so low that it sounds inhumane. The guitar work is frenetic and then it slows down also. Dynamic stuff. I like this type of stuff.
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