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    Posted: 19 Oct 2021 at 3:40pm
Originally posted by UMUR UMUR wrote:

Slam death is usually not my thing, but some of the bands which inspired the genre like Suffocation and Dying Fetus are among my favorite death metal acts.


Yep.  Most of it I don't even like.  7 H.Target is the closest thing to Suffocation I can find, but they're still not even in the same league as Suffocation.  I'm just hoping their new album stays more true to the roots.  But most of the slam stuff is either decent or mediocre.

So if anybody has any acts in slam death that are "different" or "weird" please let me know.  I may or may not check them out.
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Slam death is usually not my thing, but some of the bands which inspired the genre like Suffocation and Dying Fetus are among my favorite death metal acts.
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I've gotta check out more No One Gets Out Alive, Devouring Humanity and Infected Malignity today.  And I still plan on checking out more George Benson. :P

I've heard roughly 30 slam death albums so far.  Thankfully, they're freakishly short and have a lot of EP's and demos.  The only real challenge is figuring out which bands I plan on listening to, because there are some that are just too damn gory, sexual or both.  Some is alright, but not to the obsessive point like Devourment gets into.  I really don't care if they helped pioneer slam.  I only really force myself through specific genres when I'm serious about making a list.

Right now I'm on Severe Cold by No One Gets Out Alive.  Decent album.  Nice and heavy, but the bluegrass elements, while I appreciate the fact that they found a way to fit country into metal without half-assing it, gets old after a while.
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Originally posted by Nightfly Nightfly wrote:

Powerful stuff from Aeon after a gap of 9 years since the last one...




Yeah I just found out yesterday, that they had released a new album. I thought they had split-up.
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Powerful stuff from Aeon after a gap of 9 years since the last one...


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Originally posted by Metalbaswee Metalbaswee wrote:

The only Death Metal i listen to is opeth i guess, are there any bands you can recommend with a grunt that is a lot like mikeal's? I absolutely love death metal, but with a lot of bands, the vocals are just to big of a point to get past.




The holy bible of progressive death metal. Wink


Heard this for the first time today. 9.5/10. But I wouldn't say it's the "holy bible of prog death." It feels more melodic than progressive. The progressiveness mostly comes from stapling great songs together. My number 1 death metal album, however, is prog and tech: The Sound of Perseverance.
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Pierced From Within is probably my favourite Suffocation album. I also highly recommend the Despise The Sun EP which came out 3 years after.
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Going on a big brutal death metal marathon, and I now found a favorite slam band after looking through the charts: 7 H.Target.  Their debut is almost phenomenal.  It can't help but feel samey, but this avant-garde take on slam is brilliant.  Gonna check out 0.00 Apocalypse now.

Btw, 7 H.Target is about as violent lyrically as I'm willing to explore.  Devourment flat-out disgusts me, so no Devourment.
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Originally posted by Time Signature Time Signature wrote:

... and here's a true classic :-)



Originally posted by UMUR UMUR wrote:

Yep and actually much in the same technical brutal death metal style. I wasn�t much of a fan of Suffocation back in the early nineties, but I�ve spend the last couple of years gettin� into their albums, and now I fully understand the praise they get and how influential their albums have been on the death metal genre. My favorite is:


.. Album Cover



You both might like this. I just finished up the Suffocation discography today, ending with the Human Waste EP. I always liked the two albums above, but Human Waste absolutely blew me away more than most death metal albums I've checked out. That was true brutality in a short and unpredictable 23 minutes worth revisiting, like one big "go to hell" to Cryptopsy. I'm moving it to the top of my brutal death chart.

Since it came out in 1991, I decided to finally revisit Death's Human and see if it's better like a lot of websites say. I've slightly grown out of Symbolic, anyway. Human isn't as good as The Sound of Perseverance, but it may be better than Human Waste. Maybe. Heavier than Symbolic, just as melodic and slightly more diverse, which means it does more with its small runtime than Symbolic which is a little bloated.
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This new one from At The Gates is not blowing me away...yet. Hats off for them for showing some musical growth but lacking killer riffs to my ears. Hopefully a grower. 


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Might just be their best yet...




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Hopefully gigs will be happening by June.
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Yeah and while I think Dave Hunt did a great job on the last couple of releases, Dave Ingram is THE singer for Benediction IMO, and with him returning, this feels more like a real Benediction album. I look forward to seing them live on the 2021 Copenhell Festival (If we are allowed to attend in June, Pandemic and all). I haven´t seen Benediction in concert since 1995.
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^ Yes it's been a while hasn't it.
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Originally posted by Nightfly Nightfly wrote:

Fast becoming one of my favourite albums of the year...




I think it´s a great albums too. And of course it´s nice to see Benediction return. I feared we had heard the last from them.
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Very good melodic death metal. Liking it better than the last one.


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Originally posted by CPicard CPicard wrote:

For some reason, the whole Carcass catalogue had been uploaded on SoundCloud:


It's finally all been added to Spotify too.
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Fast becoming one of my favourite albums of the year...


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Incantation doing what they do....very well. Review coming soon.


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Another great album from Skeletal Remains.


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