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The best death metal band is...

Post by Suburban Bather » Fri Jul 16, 2010 8:11 pm

Pungent Stench!!!!!!!!!!!!!!








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Post by Cybananna » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:10 pm

Yea, Pungent Stench are great, and how can you go wrong with their album covers!

How about Obituary! "Slowly We Rot" is one of my all time favorites.

I'm also a huge fan of early Entombed and Autopsy.

Not death Metal, but everything Bolt Thrower has ever done is amazing.

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Post by qu.one » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:24 pm

my boy from way back is the lead singer of MALIGNANCY. not exactly my cup of tea ever - but they are fucking kick ass at what they do.
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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:28 pm

I love classic PS, but I always dug this track. it's just so....groovy

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and to add:

IMMOLATION!

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eh, call me impartial because the NYDM scene was my first home.
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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:29 pm

qu.one wrote:my boy from way back is the lead singer of MALIGNANCY. not exactly my cup of tea ever - but they are fucking kick ass at what they do.
f'ck! small world I used to drive their guitarist now bassist to band practice!

I just started getting into industrial around this time and dropped out of the scene, stopped trying to play in bands etc.

Diabolos Rising, MZ412, Godflesh and Dead World kinda pushed me into thinking I didn't need a full band anymore. Plus considering where I lived at the time, drummers were practically nonexistant, or they played in 3-4 other bands.
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Post by Cybananna » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:33 pm

I have to add The Ravenous because Danny Lilker in in that band and he's great. ...and Brutal Truth and Exit 13 aren't really death metal...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMqZ70Nd ... re=related

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Post by qu.one » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:46 pm

voiceless wrote:f'ck! small world I used to drive their guitarist now bassist to band practice!
i kind of remember that dude lance - but danny and i worked together for a few years. we hung out every day. he's a real good dude.

oh ray...
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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:57 pm

qu.one wrote: oh ray...
oh wha?

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Post by qu.one » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:03 pm

just thinking... it's been a while. and extremely priceless that we meet back up on the best forum on teh intarwebz.
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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:05 pm

qu.one wrote:just thinking... it's been a while. and extremely priceless that we meet back up on the best forum on teh intarwebz.
this is true! :tu:

before we derail the thread with our sappy bro-down, here's another

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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:09 pm

sorry folks, video quality sucks, just listen I guess.

2 guys and a drum machine.

more Dead World here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WAa7fSZpJ8

i would love to do something like this, or disembowelment.
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Post by Suburban Bather » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:10 pm

Man, fucking dipshit Spencer(from high school) stole my "For God Your Soul, For Me Your Your Flesh" cd.

Fuck yea! I got turned onto death metal via Obituary. Slowly We Rot, Cause of Death, and World Demise are must have albums!!!!!!! IMHO, The End Complete is boring as hell. I still rock this T-Shirt(the front is a close up of the tree, the back is a close up the person wrapped in spider webs, and the "Obituary" font is the silver and rusted gold color)
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Post by Suburban Bather » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:28 pm

I love Exit-13! Ive heard a little bit of Brutal Truth, which I dig!(Those two bands are total grindcore, not death metal)

Dead World! :sb: I wish that I had an actual appreciation for dark ambient/noise at the time that I bought the Traces of Death III soundtrack. Sinister soundscapes! :twisted:

Bill and Steve from Exit-13 have some pretty cool noise albums-
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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:54 pm

if you can find it there was a relapse compilation called UHF/VHF 2xCD. There was a lot of crossover at the time between death metal and electronic music/noise. I discovered one my all time favorite noise artists through relapse: Atrax Morgue.

this was I think members of brutal truth/exit 13/and napalm death
malformed earthborn
[video][/video]

at the time I was still a little too "metal" to appreciate a lot of it.

later on I would spin this track in the goth/industrial clubs and people would kinda freak out. kinda like spinning gabber, people would get all amped up, but not really know what to do.
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Post by Suburban Bather » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:03 pm

voiceless wrote:if you can find it there was a relapse compilation called UHF/VHF 2xCD. There was a lot of crossover at the time between death metal and electronic music/noise. I discovered one my all time favorite noise artists through relapse: Atrax Morgue.

this was I think members of brutal truth/exit 13/and napalm death
malformed earthborn
[video][/video]

at the time I was still a little too "metal" to appreciate a lot of it.
Fuck! I recognize the name, but I never checked it out. Thanks for refreshing me on that one! I practically lived off of the Relapes mail order catalogs :hihi: Every week, I would buy 5 or 6 cd's and blow the rest of my check on bud. I also remember getting a copy of this in black and white news paper print every month- http://www.thegrimoire.com/666/
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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:06 pm

[quote="Suburban Batherhttp://www.thegrimoire.com/666/[/quote]

haha! Bill Z Bub, i remember that guy

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Post by voiceless » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:08 pm

Cybananna wrote:Yea, Pungent Stench are great, and how can you go wrong with their album covers!

How about Obituary! "Slowly We Rot" is one of my all time favorites.

I'm also a huge fan of early Entombed and Autopsy.

Not death Metal, but everything Bolt Thrower has ever done is amazing.

:deadbanana: :nuke: :cthulhu: :hihi: :sb:

Slowly We Rot
Entombed
Autopsy
BOLT THROWER!!!!!!
i always felt Left Hand Path was the perfect death metal track, it just seems to have a bit of everything in it.

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Post by Suburban Bather » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:11 pm

Yea, he would always do interviews shakespearian style and sometimes it would piss off whoever he was interviewing :lol:
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Post by Suburban Bather » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:24 pm

Autopsy :sb:

I got into Autopsy from checking Abscess out- [video][/video]
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Post by Cybananna » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:55 pm

Dead world are great. I forgot about them. I'll have to pull out those CDs.

ha, I got into Abscess from Autopsy.

Yea, I like grind more than death metal. I'm not sure which I got into first though.

Far as I know I have all the Namanax albums. So much of the Relapse Release stuff was so good. I also used to spend hours looking through the relapse catalogs. There was always so much more I wanted than I could buy. A lot like modulars...

Malformed Earthborn. I remember the name but I somehow missed them. I'm going to have to find some stuff by them.

Godflesh isn't DM either, but Malformed Earthborn made me think of how much I like them.

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Post by Suburban Bather » Sat Jul 17, 2010 12:16 am

I went from death metal to grindcore. I really like both styles just as much though as long as its the older stuff though. I'm having a really hard time getting into the current output :sadbanana:

I remember being able to pretty much randomly pick albums out of the relapse catalogs and be satisfied with my with selections :sb:

I fell in love with Godflesh when I started drinking heavily. If you like Godflesh, you must get all three albums from this band- [video][/video]
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Post by voiceless » Sat Jul 17, 2010 12:36 am

I have Body of Light and Guttari, i also have an album from one of their side projects. Terminal Sound System, it's pretty minimal idm.

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Post by sandyb » Sat Jul 17, 2010 4:28 am

my favourite death metal track of all time is this:

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Post by Suburban Bather » Sat Jul 17, 2010 6:49 am

voiceless wrote:I have Body of Light and Guttari, i also have an album from one of their side projects. Terminal Sound System, it's pretty minimal idm.
This? [video][/video] Pretty damn cool!



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Post by authorless » Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:20 am

Atheist. Cynic. Death. Carcass.

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