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Into the Grave / Tremendous Pain - EP
Severed Survival (20th Anniversary Edition)
Extreme Metal 101 (Vol. 3)
The Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments is the debut studio album by American death metal band Malevolent Creation. It was produced and engineered by Scott Burns.
Beyond The Gates
Beyond the Gates is the second album by death metal band Possessed. It took a different direction from their debut, Seven Churches. Compared to Seven Churches, Beyond the Gates has a more technical feeling and, due to poor production, a muddy sound. Reception was mixed, with some very disappointed by the album for the sound and production, while others were happy with the new direction of the band. Beyond the Gates became a sign of Possessed's decline, as they only released the EP The Eyes of Horror before they officially disbanded. This became the band’s last full length album, up until the release of their third studio album ‘Revelations of Oblivion’, 33 years later.
The vinyl release of the album featured an enhanced gatefold-style format: the "gates" of the front cover opened outward, exposing several flaps that opened further to reveal a large, nine-panel illustration of a line of demonic creatures approaching over a desert landscape. Lyrics were included on the inner sleeve.
Transcend The Rubicon / The Dreams You Dread Reloaded
World Downfall is the debut album by American grindcore band Terrorizer. It was released by Earache Records on November 13, 1989.
Tortured Existence is the debut album by New York City thrash metal band Demolition Hammer. It was released the fall of 1990. A video was made for "Infectious Hospital Waste".
Spectrum of Death (Extended Edition)
Spectrum of Death is the debut album by American band Morbid Saint. It was recorded at Opus Recording once they removed the 2 inch tape machines in favor of Akai Digital Audio Machines 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.
All songs on Spectrum of Death are published by Griffy Guy Publishing.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Dead Shall Inherit
Cursed is the first full-length release by the German band Morgoth. It was released in 1991 by Century Media.
The song "Body Count" was used in the shock documentary "Traces of Death" it's the first song that plays in the movie.
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.
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.
Abominations of Desolation
Abominations of Desolation is the demo album by American death metal band Morbid Angel. While it was originally recorded in May 1986, the band did not release it at the time due to their dissatisfaction with the final product. These recordings would later be released in 1991 at the decision of the band's record label, Earache Records.
It is specified on the cover that it was intended to be their first full-length album, yet unreleased, which would make Altars of Madness their proper debut. The band recorded and initially promoted the album under this pretense, but the plans were shelved after Mike Browning left the band in 1986 due to an altercation with Trey Azagthoth. Trey has said in interviews that Abominations of Desolation is not really an album and should be considered a demo, but it is indeed the band's first full length.
Most of the songs were reworked and appeared on later Morbid Angel albums. "Chapel of Ghouls", "Lord of All Fevers and Plague", and "Welcome to Hell" can be heard on Altars of Madness. "Unholy Blasphemies", "Abominations" and "Azagthoth" are on Blessed Are the Sick.
Ampeauty is the fifth album of the Austrian death metal band Pungent Stench. It was originally released in 2004 on Nuclear Blast. The lyrical content is more fetish-oriented than on the previous albums, with many songs focusing on acrotomophilia and apotemnophilia.
The Bowels of Repugnance
The Laws of Scourge
The Laws of Scourge is the second studio album by the Brazilian extreme metal band Sarcófago. It was on this album that the band's lyrical content shifted from Satanism to more realistic subject matter; "Midnight Queen" is about a prostitute, while "Screeches From The Silence" is about living life in a care-free manner. The album also marks a change in musical style, with the band playing clearer, more proficient and thrash-influenced death metal as opposed to the lo-fi black/death metal present on I.N.R.I.. This was also the last full-length record to feature a human drummer, as from Hate onwards, the band would use a drum machine.
Unholier Than Thou
Unholier Than Thou is the second album by Infernäl Mäjesty. It was released in August 15, 1998 by Hypnotic Records and released on April 2001 in the USA.
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.
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.
Conquerors of Armageddon
Conquerors of Armageddon is the third album by Krisiun and their first under the Century Media label.
Aggressive Measures is the fourth studio album by Dutch death metal band Sinister. It was released on 16 October 1998 through Nuclear Blast Records. This album was featured a new line-up which is Eric de Windt as vocalist and Alex Paul as bassist. Originally the band wanted Wes Benscoter to create another cover but he was busy with other commitments.
Signs of Life
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.
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.
Savage Land (Deluxe Version)
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.
Mindloss + Demos
Mindloss is the first studio album released by Dutch death metal band Gorefest. It was released in 1991 by the small Dutch label Foundation 2000 Records and reissued by Nuclear Blast in 1993. It was reissued again in 2005 as a double-CD with "Tangled in Gore" and "Horrors in a Retarded Mind" demos on disc 2. The album was released in America in 1992 by Pavement Music.
Violent Restitution (Deluxe Reissue)
Violent Restitution is the fifth full-length album from the Canadian speed/thrash metal band Razor released in 1988. It is the first album to feature Rob Mills on drums and Dave Carlo's brother Adam on bass and the last one to feature Stace "Sheepdog" McLaren on vocals. The album is dedicated to late actor Charles Bronson.
Screams Of Anguish
Reborn In Chaos
Pray For The Sentencing
Fornever Laid to Rest
Where No Life Dwells
Where No Life Dwells is the debut album by the Swedish death metal band Unleashed. It was released in 1991 by Century Media Records, and was produced by Waldemar Sorychta, who would go on to produce more Century Media acts such as Lacuna Coil.
We Will Destroy You... You Will Obey!!!
Spirit In Flames
Evil in the Night
Blood Rapture is the fourth album by Swedish death metal band Vomitory. It was released in 2002 on Metal Blade.
Leave Scars is the third studio album released by the American thrash metal band, Dark Angel, released on January 24, 1989. It was their first album with vocalist Ron Rinehart and bassist Mike Gonzalez, and the last to feature guitarist Jim Durkin. Leave Scars was Dark Angel's most successful release, peaking at number 159 on the Billboard 200.
Liar in Wait
Terrible Certainty (Bonus Track Edition)
Terrible Certainty is the third studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1987 through Noise Records. It was released on cd, cassette, black vinyl, and as a limited edition red vinyl. The remastered version of 2000 contains the tracks of the 1988 Out of the Dark ... Into the Light EP as bonus tracks. A remastered version was released on June 9, 2017.
Thresholds is the second full-length studio album from Florida death metal band Nocturnus. It was released in 1992 by Earache Records.
Thresholds continued the experimental sound created on the first album and the line-up was expanded to a six-piece with the addition of vocalist Dan Izzo, allowing Mike Browning to concentrate solely on drums. Lyrical topics range from Earth's climate and global warming, primitive religions, underwater species, the Metal Gear video game series and extraterrestrial life.
The production of Thresholds is considerably more polished than that of The Key. The music is also more complex and mature, with there being numerous breakdowns and tempo changes in every song. The band's musicianship has also advanced with each member exhibiting a new level of preciseness and technicality, with complex riffing and melodic solos. Dan Izzo's vocals are much deeper and clearer than Browning's and have been compared to the vocals of Max Cavalera of Sepultura.
"Alter Reality" was released as a single and featured a music video that received substantial airplay on MTV's Headbangers Ball. "Arctic Crypt" and "Climate Controller" also became notable fan favorites.
To Mega Therion (Deluxe Edition)
To Mega Therion is the second studio album by Swiss extreme metal band Celtic Frost, released on 27 October 1985 by Noise Records. The cover artwork is a painting by H. R. Giger entitled Satan I. The album was a major influence on the then-developing death metal and black metal genres.
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