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Exhumed (A Grave Collection)
The Dreams You Dread
Blood / Reign Forever World
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.
Will To Kill
Structures of Death
Structures Of Death is the eighth studio album by the German death metal band Fleshcrawl, which was released 21 September 2007 in Germany, Austria, Italy, and the Czech Republic, then released in the rest of Europe on 24 September 2007. It is their only album to feature bassist Nico Scheffler and was their first album not recorded in Sweden.
Keeping consistent with their recent work, the band's unique sound is created through an amalgamation of melodic guitar rhythmics built upon a foundation of very heavy, very familiar, highly brutal drumwork and vocals. Like other melodic death metal bands, such as Grave, Arch Enemy and Entombed, Fleshcrawl's guitar work for this album is laden with Swedish death metal-style distortion, especially in the riffing, which remains comparable to their earlier releases in that it utilizes mid-to-high range tones and moderate-to-rapid tempos, accented by occasional, moderately-technical guitar solos, which tend to be somewhat longer and more rhythmic than those in their earlier work.
Bloodshed (New & Rare Tracks)
Bloodshed is an album from Brazilian death metal band Krisiun. It includes half of the Unmerciful Order EP, as well as eight new tracks. Though sometimes considered a compilation, or an EP, the band considers Bloodshed to be an album.
The album was released under the license of Scarecrow Records in 2004, and despite its length, it was wrongly marketed as an EP. Tracks 1–7 and 12 were recorded at Da Tribo Studios, produced by Krisiun and Ciero, and the songs 8–11 were taken from the Unmerciful Order EP released in 1993.
Deathhammer is the eighth studio album by Dutch death-doom band Asphyx. The album was released on February 27, 2012 in Europe and February 28, 2012 in USA through Century Media. It's also the last studio album to feature founding member Bob Bagchus, who left from the band in order to spend more time with his family and replaced by Stefan Hüskens.
Malevolent Rapture - In Memory of...
Legion Of The Damned
Malevolent Rapture is a 2006 album by thrash metal/death metal band Legion of the Damned. It was their first album since the demise their preceding band Occult with the loss of previous lead singer Rachel Heyzer. In common with later albums the lyrics heavily reference the dark side of the occult and apocalyptic themes. The album was created in Stage One Studio and produced by Andy Classen.
Of Frost And War
Hail Of Bullets
...Of Frost and War is the debut studio album by Dutch death metal band Hail of Bullets. It was released on May 12, 2008, by Metal Blade Records.
The album is a free form concept about the German/Soviet war from 1941-1945, so called German Operation Barbarossa and Reciprocal Soviet Offensive after Stalingrad.
Penetralia / Osculum Obscenum (Remastered + Bonus Version)
Iron Blood and Blasphemy
All That You Fear
All That You Fear is the eighth full-length release by Finnish black metal band Impaled Nazarene. The release was recorded at Anssi Kippo’s Astia-studio in July 2003. The sixth song of the album, “Suffer In Silence”, is dedicated to the band’s late guitarist, Teemu “Somnium” Raimoranta who died from falling from a railroad bridge a year prior to the album’s release. A music video was created for “Armageddon Death Squad.”
Kult des hasses
Armoured Bestial Hell
Enslaving the Masses
Serpent Sermon is the twelfth studio album by Swedish black metal band Marduk. It was released in North America on June 5 2012 through Century Media Records on CD, vinyl and digital download. It reached number 44 on the Top New Artist Albums chart, selling roughly 800 copies in its first week. Limited edition versions of the album include the bonus track "Coram Satanae", and a limited edition 7" vinyl EP of "Souls For Belial" was also released, featuring a cover of Wovenhand's "Oil On Panel". A music video of "Souls For Belial" was also released on May 9, 2012. The last album to feature drummer Lars Broddesson.
Darkside is the second album by Swedish Blackened death metal band Necrophobic. It was released in 1997. There is a hidden track after the tenth track.
Eternal Death is the second album of Crown of Thorns. It was originally released in 1997 and later re-issued under the band's current name, The Crown. This album downplays the thrash metal-element of the band's sound considerably, favoring instead a more black metal-oriented sound.
Redemption (Bonus Edition)
Redemption is the second album by Swedish death metal band Vomitory. It was released in 1999 on Metal Blade.
When The Sky Turns Black
Abrah Kadavrah / Ma Belle Scalpelle
Spirit In Flames
March Of The Norse
Signs of the Decline (Reissue + Bonus)
Signs of the Decline is the third album by Massacra. It was released in 1992. The re-release contains six tracks from the Sick album as bonus.
Eminence in Putrescence
Demonication (The Manifest)
Torn From The Grave
Demonoir is the fifth full-length album by Norwegian black metal band 1349. The new album shows "a return to the band's more traditional, raw-yet-technical black metal sound." It was released on 26 April 2010 in Europe and the day after in North America.
Awakening of the Gods
Forever Underground is the third album by the US death metal band Vital Remains. It was released in 1997 by Osmose Productions. The first album to feature guitarist Dave Suzuki and the only one to feature bassist Joe Lewis on vocals. It is extremely rare, as only about 1000 copies were made.
Spearhead is an EP by Bolt Thrower. It is recorded at Sawmill studios, produced by Colin Richardson and Bolt Thrower, engineered by John Cornfield. Mixed at Fon studios September 1992, engineered by Alan Fisch and Steve Harris. It is released on Earache Records: Mosh 73 in February 1993, and is now deleted.
Servants of the Unlight
Back From Beyond
Violence Blasphemy Sodomy
Walpurgis Rites - Hexenwahn
Walpurgis Rites – Hexenwahn is the eighth studio album by the Austrian blackened death metal band Belphegor. It was released in 2009 on Nuclear Blast Records.
Like its predecessors, Pestapokalypse VI and Bondage Goat Zombie, the album was recorded and produced with German producer Andy Classen. On August 25 the band made the song "Walpurgis Rites" available for streaming on their Myspace page along with the lyrics on their website. As of October 1 the video for 'Der Geisterstreiber' is now available.
Aeon is the second studio album by the Norwegian blackened death metal band Zyklon. It was released in 2003 through Candlelight Records.
Don't Fear the Reaper
The Somberlain is the debut album by Swedish black metal band Dissection, released on December 3, 1993. It proved to be a highly influential release for both black metal and melodic death metal. The band dedicated the album to Euronymous, who had been murdered in August the same year. This is the only album that features the band's original lineup. The artwork was created by Kristian 'Necrolord' Wåhlin. The album was composed and arranged between 1989 and 1993, and was recorded between March 1 and 6 of 1993.
Prepare To Meet Thy Doom
Téras is the sixth studio album by Swedish black metal band Naglfar. It was released on 26 March 2012 through Century Media Records. It is their first album in five years, and their first album as a trio.
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