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Old 01-25-2012, 06:18 PM
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Nice choice for Gorguts. That's my favorite by them as well. Considered Dead is a close second though.
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Old 01-25-2012, 11:33 PM
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Fucking amazing list so far, dude. Can't wait to see the rest. Now, excuse me while I hop check out the four bands that I've never listened to on this list.
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Gorguts - The Erosion of Sanity

FUCK YEAH! Obscura is my favourite one though.
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:24 AM
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Grave - Into the Grave



Genre: Death Metal

Straight up old school Swedish death metal here. Nothing more, nothing less. Into the Grave is one of the most heavy and powerful death metal albums out there. Grave are one of a kind as well. The classic Swedish sound is there, but in a much lower tone. Accompanied by heavy riffs and fast drumming, you get one hell of an album. If you like Swedish Death metal in the slightest, there is no excuse for you to not check out this album.

Highlights:
Deformed
Obscure Infinity
Into the Grave
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Old 01-26-2012, 11:34 AM
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Another great pick I've always been one of the few who slightly prefer Grave's sophomore album, but it's a very thin margin as they're both fucking incredible records!
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Unleashed - Where No Life Dwells



Genre: Death Metal

Another Swedish death metal classic. This is also an interesting album to me. Unleashed really mixes it up on here. Some parts are slow, other parts upbeat, melodic, technical, fast, thrash-like... This album is all over the place! However, Unleashed does it without making a disaster and remembering that they are a death metal band, and that's what they stick to the entire album. The production on here is different, but one of my favorites. Their logo is killer as well. But if you want a hell of a listen, check out Where No Life Dwells.

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Before the Creation of Time
The Dark One
...And the Laughter Has Died
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Hell yeah man. It's great to see Unleashed edging Grave out for a spot. Where No Life Dwells always seems to be unjustly cast in the shadow of Into the Grave, Left Hand Path, and Like an Ever Flowing Stream.
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Hell yeah man. It's great to see Unleashed edging Grave out for a spot. Where No Life Dwells always seems to be unjustly cast in the shadow of Into the Grave, Left Hand Path, and Like an Ever Flowing Stream.
It's hard to rank Grave and Unleashed! I love them both but I always go back to Unleashed. As for Entombed and Dismember... well that's a different story.
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Decapitated - Winds of Creation



Genre: Technical Death Metal

One of the most complex technical death metal albums out without being just mindless scales. Also Decapitated's best album, hands down. Decapitated hasn't put out anything up to par to Winds of Creation since it was released. The guitar riffs are just mind blowing. Incredibly complicated and technical, yet enough to comprehend and bang your head along to. The only thing better than the guitar on here is the drums. Very, VERY fast and technical as well. More than just blast beats here. Vitek (R.I.P.)is a monster. What's even more mind blowing is that he was fucking 15 when he recorded this. It's a damn shame that they only play the title track live, with albums like Nihility (not a bad album at all) and the piece of shit they put out last year, this album is being overlooked like no other. This album deserves all the attention it can get, even for 2000 it was innovative and just flat out intense.

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Winds of Creation
The Eye of Horus
Human's Dust
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Nile - Annihilation of the Wicked



Genre: Brutal/Technical Death Metal

Nile do have a lot of awesome releases out, but this one is my personal favorite. Annihilation of the Wicked and Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka come close, but I gotta give it to this one. This is the first album to feature out of this world lunatic George Kollias on drums, and god damn, did he make a good first impression! Opening the album with your typical ambient Egyptian guitar whatever you call it, well, you know that it's Nile. The Egyptian themed lyrics and influences fit incredibly well in their music. But after that first track is done... BAM. Blast beats, fast riffs, your typical Nile with extra intensity. This is a very chaotic album. The longer songs are awesome as well, but are more slow/mid-paced with Egyptian themes to them... which isn't a problem! Very good album, check it out!

Highlights:
Cast Down the Heretic
Sacrifice Unto Sebek
The Burning Pits of the Duat
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