26. Crypt of Kerberos - World of Myths (1993)
27. Cryptopsy - None So Vile (1996)
Many people consider this to be the best technical death metal album. I disagree with that, but it's definitely up there. The production is raw and the bass is audible (which I like). Lord Worm's vocals are completely undecipherable, but awesome at the same time. It's a shame the band went to shit.
28. Cynic - Focus (1993)
It's a stretch putting this album in here, but I knew someone would complain if it wasn't on the list. I've never been able to get into Cynic due to the overuse of the vocoder, but the music is spectacular. I prefer their demos, though, when there were only death growls.
29. Darkthrone - Soulside Journey (1991)
I enjoy all of the phases of Darkthrone, but I think this would have to be my favorite. Before changing styles, Darkthrone wrote some pretty awesome death metal. This is nothing like any of their other albums.
30. Death - Scream Bloody Gore (1987)
This is not my favorite Death album, but it is the one that started it all. While Death was not the first death metal band, they did a lot to popularize the genre, spurring a metal revolution in Florida.