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Onward To Golgotha
Onward to Golgotha is the debut studio album by the American death metal band Incantation. The album was released in 1992 on Relapse Records. It was re-released in October 2006 with a bonus DVD of live performances. In the January edition of the American heavy metal magazine Decibel they added it as their 72nd hall of fame album. To celebrate being added to the hall of fame it will be re-released on 180 gram vinyl, but limited to only 1,000 copies.
Into the Grave / Tremendous Pain - EP
Last One On Earth
Last One on Earth is the second album by Asphyx. It was released in 1992 by Century Media Records.
Martin van Drunen recorded the vocals alone in the studio without realizing he was already booted from the band. The vocals were intended to be recorded by Ron van Pol however the other members of Asphyx thought the vocal tracks were fine with Martin singing so they were kept and the lyrics to be sung by van Pol were yet to be written so van Drunen's lyrics were kept as well.
Dawn Of Possession
Dawn of Possession is the debut album by Immolation. It was released in July 19, 1991; it was their first and only album released on Roadrunner Records. The album was re-issued and re-mastered by Metal Mind Productions as a limited-edition digipak, on April 24, 2006, with bonus videos.
World Downfall is the debut album by American grindcore band Terrorizer. It was released by Earache Records on November 13, 1989.
Gore Metal is the debut full-length album from American death metal band Exhumed, released by Relapse Records on October 27, 1998. It has been described as "totally disgusting". It is their only album until 2017's Death Revenge to feature bassist Ross Sewage.
Who Dares Wins
Who Dares Wins is a compilation of various rare Bolt Thrower tracks from EPs and other sources: Tracks 1–4 are from the Cenotaph EP, tracks 5–8 are from the Spearhead EP and the tracks 9 and 10 are from the same session as "...For Victory", previously released on "Rareache" and the Japanese version of ...For Victory. It is released on Earache Records, Mosh 208 on 14 September 1998. The cover art is also taken from the Spearhead EP.
The release coincided with the release of the album Mercenary, which was Bolt Thrower's first album for Metal Blade Records. The band have hence accused Earache of trying to cash in on the band. Also, the album was originally intended to be titled No Guts, No Glory; however because that is the title of a song on Mercenary Earache had to scrap that title. The band recommends not to buy this as they would never agree on releasing a compilation album.
Horrified is the only full-length album released by the American grindcore band Repulsion. This album was influential on later goregrind bands. Although the album was originally recorded in 1986, it remained unreleased until three years later. It was originally released on Necrosis Records, a sublabel of Earache Records.
Necrology is an EP by Swedish goregrind band General Surgery. The first press, released as 7" vinyl, includes only the first 5 tracks.
Re-released in 1993 by Nuclear Blast as cd in a "poster bag" format with a poster holding the lyrics on one side and the cover art on the other. Includes a sticker. Underground Series limited to 2,000 copies. It came with two bonus tracks.
Reissued and re-mastered in 2011 with different artwork, the bonus tracks from the 1993 re-release, and the following bonus tracks from the 1990 demo Pestisferous Anthropophagia.
The song "The Succulent Aftermath of a Subdural Hemorrhage" appears on the compilation 5 Years Nuclear Blast, 1993.
The Dead Shall Inherit
I.N.R.I. is the debut album by the Brazilian extreme metal band Sarcófago. It was recorded in July and released in August 1987.
Originally self-released as a cassette with photocopied covers. This album was re-released numerous times, with three different covers: orange, blue and brown skeleton. The 2002 CD re-release by Cogumelo Records has 15 tracks.
Stillborn is the third full length studio album by Florida death metal band Malevolent Creation. It was released in 1993 on Roadrunner Records.
Cold Steel... For An Iron Age
Cold Steel... for an Iron Age is the third studio album by Australian extreme metal band Deströyer 666, released on June 2002. The album's artwork was never approved by the band; Season of Mist thought the original artwork was "too power metal", so the band was rushed to produce a new cover.
In 2018, Loudwire named Cold Steel... for an Iron Age the best blackened thrash metal album in its "best metal albums from 40 subgenres" list.
Fornever Laid to Rest
Hate / Bastard Saints (Re-release)
Millennium is the second studio album by death metal band Monstrosity, released in 1996 and produced by Scott Burns. This is the last album to feature George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher on vocals, as he went on to join the death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It was released on Conquest Music, Inc worldwide and licensed to Nuclear Blast for a European release. It was later licensed by Hammerheart Records and re-released in the early 2000s for Europe.
Consuming Impulse is the second album by Dutch death metal band Pestilence.
It was reissued along with Testimony of the Ancients on Roadrunner Records' Two from the Vault series. Decibel gave positive reviews to it as a cult classic.
From Beyond is the debut album by Massacre released in 1991 on Earache Records. The album was re-released with a different cover and the Inhuman Condition EP as bonus tracks.
"Corpsegrinder" was originally recorded by the band, Death, which all members of Massacre have been a part of in the past.
The cover art was painted by Ed Repka and was based on the short story of the same name, written by H. P. Lovecraft.
Subconscious Terror / The Grand Leveller Reloaded
Sardonic Wrath is the 10th studio album by the Norwegian black metal band Darkthrone. It was released 6 September 2004 by Moonfog Productions, and was the band's last album on that record label. It was also Darkthrone's last album recorded solely in the black metal style, with subsequent albums featuring stronger punk traits. However, Einar Sjursø observed in Terrorizer that "even if there is a certain punk attitude to the odd riff here and there" it is a case of "the diabolic duo [Fenriz and Nocturno Culto]...simply drawing more influences into the Darkthrone melting pot, turning them into crystalline Darkthrone riffs".
The entire album was leaked on the Internet beginning in April 2004, long before the September 2004 release date.
On the song "Hate is the Law", vocals were performed by Fenriz and Apollyon.
This album is dedicated to the memory of Quorthon from Bathory.
The album was reissued by Peaceville Records in 2014. The reissue contained a bonus disc of commentary from Fenriz and Nocturno Culto.
Luck of the Corpse (Remastered)
Luck of the Corpse is the first album from the death metal band Deceased. The cover is an image from the 1963 film, Black Sabbath.
Illusions is the initial album of Sadus originally released in 1988. It was re-issued on CD by Roadrunner Records as Chemical Exposure in 1991, and again in 2006 with two bonus tracks.
Reissued by Displeased Records in 2007 with 8 bonus tracks and a videoclip
Utopia Banished (Remastered 2012 Edition)
Utopia Banished is the fourth studio album by the UK band Napalm Death. The album was released in 1992 by Earache Records. It is the first album featuring Danny Herrera on drums following the departure of Mick Harris.
Black Thrash Attack
Black Thrash Attack is the first studio album by the Norwegian black metal band Aura Noir. This is the first album to feature Blasphemer from Mayhem on guitars. As indicated in the title, this album is a mix of black metal and thrash metal and as such contains quite a few hints at early German thrash bands such as Kreator and Destruction.
All songs by Aura Noir. Track 7 co-written by Aldrahn of Dødheimsgard.
Swamped In Gore
Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm
Let Us Pray
Let Us Pray is the debut album by the American death metal band Vital Remains. It was released by Deaf Records/Peaceville Records in 1992. It is the only album to feature Ace Alonzo on drums.
Mythological Occult Metal
Absu's compilation album released in 2005 by Osmose Productions. The vinyl release was limited to 500 copies.
Horror of the Zombies
Horror of the Zombies is the second full-length album by American band Impetigo. It was the last album the band has released since their 2007 live album, which was recorded at their reunion show in Chicago.
The Devil's Congeries - Volume 1
The Nocturnal Silence
The Nocturnal Silence is the first album recorded by Swedish Death metal band Necrophobic. It was recorded and mixed at Sunlight Studios, Stockholm, Sweden in March 1993. It was produced by Necrophobic and Tomas Skogsberg and engineered by Tomas Skogsberg and Lars Liden.
Dark Recollections is the only album by the death metal band, Carnage, released in 1990. It was originally released as a split CD with Cadaver's debut album Hallucinating Anxiety on the Earache Records sublabel Necrosis. Some of the songs were later re-recorded by Dismember. Dark Recollections is the only album released by Carnage, the band had broken up by the time the album hit the streets. It was later reissued by Earache Records with 8 additional tracks, taken from the demos for The Day Man Lost and Infestation of Evil.
"Deranged From Blood", "Death Evocation", "Blasphemies Of The Flesh" and "Self Dissection" previously appeared on Dismember demos circa 1988–1989, before Fred Estby and David Blomqvist joined Carnage. Dismember also officially recorded "Death Evocation" and "Torn Apart".
Spectrum of Death (Extended Edition)
Spectrum of Death is the debut album by American band Morbid Saint. It was recorded at Opus Recording in Gurnee, Illinois. It was produced by Eric Greif and engineered by Al Pangeliron. It is often hailed as one of the best thrash metal albums ever made, as well as one of the fastest and most abrasive in the genre; which led Morbid Saint being compared to other thrash metal bands like Kreator, Slayer, Sadus, and Demolition Hammer.
Death After Life
Impaled's Death After Life opens with a snappy, synth-driven introduction reminiscent of B-movie parodies like The Man With Two Brains or Re-Animator -- just one of numerous clever vignettes (others being "Theatre of Operations," "The Dead Shall Dead Remain") adding a little fun and humor to what, by any other measure, would be downright grotesque proceedings. Such is the nature of the band's stock and trade, however: a stomach-turning gore-death style established over the course of three increasingly disturbing and disgusting albums and EPs. Unfortunately, take away this bloody dressing, and the band's salad invariably turns out to be a little less than satiating. Although rarely short of enthusiastic aggression or clinical (pun intended) performance accuracy, tracks like "Wrought in Hell," "Resurrectionists" and "Critical Condition" nevertheless fail to take full possession of the listener's cranial lobe; and truly memorable, more inventive riff-fests such as the classic death-recalling "Gutless" or the insistently slicing "Dead Alive" prove to be exceptions, not the rule. Furthermore, one has to wonder if similarly middle-of-the-road offerings like the raging "Mondo Medicale" and "Medical Waste" are actually leftovers of the earlier albums bearing their names. It's impossible to know for sure, but, as Death After Life nears a close on yet another one of those amusing theatrical asides (the eerie "Coda Morte"), one feels that, were these and the band's unerringly gross lyrics to be amputated, Impaled's remains would be exposed as a limited and, heh-heh, incomplete death metal carcass.
Considered Dead is the debut full-length album by Canadian death metal band Gorguts. The album was released on October 8, 1991 through Roadrunner Records, with whom the band signed a deal following the release of their 1991 demo '...And Then Comes Lividity.' The album features guest vocals by Chris Barnes of Cannibal Corpse on three tracks, as well as a guest guitar solo by James Murphy, who has played with Death, Obituary, and Testament. The following year, the band took part in the "Blood, Guts and Gore" U.S. tour along with Cannibal Corpse and Atheist.
Considered Dead was later remastered, reissued and paired with its successor, The Erosion of Sanity, as part of Roadrunner's Two from the Vault series, in 2004. It was reissued alone in 2006 with two demo tracks.
When The Sky Turns Black
Epidemic Of Violence (Re-Issue)
Epidemic of Violence is the second album by New York City thrash metal band Demolition Hammer. It was released in early 1992 to critical acclaim and is considered a classic album in both the thrash metal and death metal genres.
Enjoy the Violence (Reissue + Bonus)
Enjoy the Violence is the second album by the French death/thrash metal band Massacra. The title is a play on the Depeche Mode song "Enjoy the Silence". The album was released in 1991.
Liberation is the debut studio album by Norwegian black metal band 1349. It was released on 15 February 2003 through Candlelight Records.
Descend into the Absurd
Descend Into The Absurd is the first studio album by the German death metal band Fleshcrawl. It was the only Fleshcrawl album on which guitarist Giro Schmidt appeared.
Unlike later albums, Descend Into The Absurd has minor black metal and doom metal elements to it, particularly in the guitar work, which is often less rhythmic and melodic than their later, Swedish-style death metal. The guitar melodies and tones often alternate somewhat abruptly between low, intense rhythms and high-beat, rapid progressions and the solowork has a very slight bluesy feel to it. The drumwork is typical of early Fleshcrawl, consisting of rapid double-bass drum rolls, heavy blast beats, and a somewhat "tinny" sound that, combined with their both searing mid-range and guttural low-range vocals makes their early sound unique.
Inferno of Sacred Destruction
Breeding the Spawn
Breeding the Spawn is the second full-length album by Suffocation. Though it still employs the characteristics and elements associated with Suffocation's song writing, the production on the album is much thinner than on other albums, due to financial problems regarding their label Roadrunner Records. However it shows a more complex and technical side of the band. Most likely to make up for the relatively poor production on the album, tracks from Breeding the Spawn were re-recorded for inclusion on five Suffocation albums to date: "Breeding the Spawn" on Pierced from Within; "Prelude to Repulsion" and "Anomalistic Offerings" on Suffocation; "Marital Decimation" on Blood Oath; "Beginning of Sorrow" on Pinnacle of Bedlam and "Epitaph of the Credulous" on ...Of the Dark Light.
Blood Rapture is the fourth album by Swedish death metal band Vomitory. It was released in 2002 on Metal Blade.
The Apocalyptic Triumphator
Emperor / Wrath Of The Tyrant
Wrath of the Tyrant is the first demo album by the Norwegian black metal band Emperor. It was recorded in May 1992 and self-released by the band shortly after. Compared to Emperor's later work, the style of the album is much closer to death metal.
Desert Northern Hell
With the doctrine "No synthesizers, no female vocals, no f**king compromises!" proudly scrawled upon its sleeve, Tsjuder's third album, 2004's Desert Northern Hell, irrevocably proclaims its allegiance to black metal's rude, crude, austere golden age from roughly ten-years earlier. Which is to say there's none of that new age, high-falutin, symphonic s**t cluttering the work of these Norwegian noise terrorists. No sir, just brutalizing sonic hatred reaching way back to legendary compatriots Darkthrone and Mayhem, and beyond to primordial giants like Bathory, Hellhammer and, of course, the big twisted daddies of them all: Venom. As such, Desert Northern Hell is a mixed blessing (or curse, as it were) for extreme metal fans and the members of Tsjuder, as well, since it's quite evident they are consciously forcing themselves to work within their chosen genre's time-proven, but very limited stylistic boundaries. To that end, frantic, blackened thrashers like "Malignant Coronation," "Lord of Swords," "Helvete," and a cover of Venom's warhorse "Sacrifice" (no surprise there), are at once breathtaking and borderline repetitive, relying on above average riffs to mostly sway them -- just barely -- into the former category. Much better are those tracks where Tsjuder allow themselves just the tiniest of space in which to maneuver -- tracks like the mold-bending "Mouth of Madness" and the epic "Morbid Lust," with their seemingly endless series of variously paced power chords unfolding from section to section. Along with the album's other more daring efforts -- namely the irresistible tandem of "Ghoul" and "Unholy Paragon," which ingeniously utilize malevolent and distinctive minor key melodies to alternately reign in and speed each song on its fiery descent to Hell -- these help drive home the point that variety is a good thing -- even in old-school black metal. Therefore, listeners looking for groundbreaking sonic achievements would do better to look elsewhere, while black metal purists simply looking for the fastest one-way ticket to the nether regions below will find that Tsjuder and Desert Northern Hell are exactly what they're looking for.
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