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MarkLikesMetal
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:39 pm 
 

if there is a thread like this already I didn't know, sorry

I love death metal, especially old-school death metal (though I don't know enough bands and albums as I should, I'm still a bit of a n00b :nono:), and you should too. There are DM albums we are all familiar with, like Scream Bloody Gore, Mental Funeral, and Tomb of the Mutilated.
But what about the more obscure albums of this style? There are so many gems. What are ones you like? Here are some of mine:

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Broken Hope - Swamped in Gore

This album is high quality OSDM, with awesome, pukey vocals, reminiscent of Obituary but much deeper.

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Mortification - Scrolls of the Megilloth

A solid DM album by any standard, quite thrashy, ignored often due to Christian lyrical content. Great riffs, some pretty ferocious vocals. The first DM album I ever bought, some of those riffs bring back memories and result in interesting synesthaesia, more so then most metal because of the album's significant place in my metalhead history.
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Immorbid
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:45 pm 
 

It's not really old-school (actually, it's more of "old-school worship") but Bloodbath is an amazing band. Axe is a beast at drumming and Mr. Akerfeldt makes the devil proud with his signature growling.
I'm doing some Tech. Death searches and I'm coming up with some great results (Psycroptic, Sinners Bleed, Obscura, Mechanism, Carcariass, Gorod, Pavor...). Not to mention the mighty Sceptic (Jacek Hiro possess great talent and Urbas is an amazing songwriter. The band who made me like Tech. Death). So yes, Tech. Death is becoming my fav sub-genre of Death Metal.

I might dig in for some Blackened Death too. I think it will be worth it.
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Regurgitation
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:50 pm 
 

Here are some of my favorites:

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Antropomorphia - Necromantic Love Songs

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Hazael - Thor

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Rippikoulu - Musta Seremonia

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Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom

Also Timeghoul's demo Tumultous Travelings

Good stuff.

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Rottenrectum
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:53 pm 
 

If Broken Hope is obscure, then so is Desultory:
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Into Eternity is an icy cold classic, not like most old school Swedish death metal it is more melodic and atmospheric rather than balls out heavy.

This is a serious contender for best DM album to ever come out of Sweden, Runemagick - The Supreme Force Of Eternity:
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They are mostly known for their death/doom albums but this is like what Soulside Journey is to Darkthrone, awesome but underappreciated.
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Rottenrectum
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:53 pm 
 

Immorbid wrote:
It's not really old-school (actually, it's more of "old-school worship") but Bloodbath is an amazing band. Axe is a beast at drumming and Mr. Akerfeldt makes the devil proud with his signature growling.
I'm doing some Tech. Death searches and I'm coming up with some great results (Psycroptic, Sinners Bleed, Obscura, Mechanism, Carcariass, Gorod, Pavor...). Not to mention the mighty Sceptic (Jacek Hiro possess great talent and Urbas is an amazing songwriter. The band who made me like Tech. Death). So yes, Tech. Death is becoming my fav sub-genre of Death Metal.

I might dig in for some Blackened Death too. I think it will be worth it.

Not really obscure bands?
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theheinouskilling667
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:58 pm 
 

What about Baphomet's The Dead Shall Inherit?

I say that's definitly a classic old-school death metal album, highly overlooked. It should be up there with Scream Bloody Gore and Altars of Madness though.

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Immorbid
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 4:01 pm 
 

Rottenrectum wrote:
Immorbid wrote:
It's not really old-school (actually, it's more of "old-school worship") but Bloodbath is an amazing band. Axe is a beast at drumming and Mr. Akerfeldt makes the devil proud with his signature growling.
I'm doing some Tech. Death searches and I'm coming up with some great results (Psycroptic, Sinners Bleed, Obscura, Mechanism, Carcariass, Gorod, Pavor...). Not to mention the mighty Sceptic (Jacek Hiro possess great talent and Urbas is an amazing songwriter. The band who made me like Tech. Death). So yes, Tech. Death is becoming my fav sub-genre of Death Metal.

I might dig in for some Blackened Death too. I think it will be worth it.

Not really obscure bands?


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Bloodshower
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 4:43 pm 
 

Not really obscure, but one of the most underrated DM albums of all time is MONSTROSITY "Imperial Doom". Awesome record all around. Killer drumming, sick vocals, raw yet loud production.

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Also MORPHEUS DESCENDS "Ritual Of Infinity" seems to me to be generally overlooked when it comes to old school DM gems.

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MortalScum
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 4:55 pm 
 

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Wombbath - Internal Caustic Torments

Quality death metal, it has the riffy sound of 90's Swedish Death but its heavier. Its got a nice thick sound and pretty low growls.

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Depravity (Fin) - Silence of the Centuries

Good stuff from Finland that basically follows the swedish formula. This shows a more melodic, dark sound
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slayerhatesusall
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 5:16 pm 
 

Bloodshower wrote:

Also MORPHEUS DESCENDS "Ritual Of Infinity" seems to me to be generally overlooked when it comes to old school DM gems.

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I have this on cassette, havent had the time to listen to it yet as ive got many other tapes to listen to.

This one is a forgotten classic, one of the heaviest records ive had the pleasure of hearing:
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iAm
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 5:23 pm 
 

There's lots of um. Do an advanced search for Death Metal from Sweden(or anywhere in Europe) from 1988 to 1993.

Abhoth - Swedish Death Metal
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Accidental Suicide - Death Metal from the US
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Belsebub -Rather unknown Swedish Death Metal
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Cadaver - Norwegian Death Metal, wait not Black Metal?
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Carbonized - Avantgarde Technical Death Metal/ Grind from Sweden
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Carnage - Fairly well known. But worth a mention
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Cemetery Earth - Unknown Swedish group that fell off the face of the earth
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Crab Phobia - again^
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Creepmime - Progressive Death Metal godliness hailing from the netherworld
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Drakar - Not quite Death Metal. Strange Death-Thrash from Czech Republic
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Electrocution - Technical Death from Italy
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Festerday - pre-...And Oceans
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Goddefied - Death Metal from Sweden.
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Grotesque - Death Metal from Sweden
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Hetsheads - More Swedish Death Metal.
House of Usher - Released two demos and disbanded.
Infester - Death Metal from Sweden. Also one from the U.S.
Jumpin' Jesus -German Death Metal, crushing.
Krabathor - One of the first bands from the Czech Republic.
Legion - Polish Death Metal, akin to Vader and the like
Lemming Project -Crushing Death Metal from Germany in the early 90s.
Leukemia - Even more Swedish Death Metal.
Liers in Wait - Death Metal from Sweden with clean vocals.
Loudblast - French Progressive Death Metal
Macabre End - pre-God Macabre
Macrodex - Later became Crypt of Kerberos
Mangled Torsos - German Death/Grind
Morbid Vision - The one from Poland
Mordicus - Finnish Death Metal, a favourite of mine.
Morpheus - Swedish Death Metal. They don't get as much praise as deserved.
Nihilist - pre-Entombed
Nirvana 2002 - Not the one from Seattle, douche. The Swedish one.
Phlebotomy -Greek Death Metal.
Psychic Crush - 9 plays on last.fm Kvlt enough?
Purtenance - Finnish Death Metal post-Purtenance Avulsion
Sorroricide - Icelandic Death Metal, excellent stuff
Thanatos - Death Metal from the Netherlands
Timeghoul - Relatively unknown Progressive/avantgard-ish Death Metal
Traumatic Voyage - Bizarre
Winter - Crusty Death-Doom.
Wombbath - Crushing Swedish Death Metal

I'll finish the rest of the album covers later.
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andersbang
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 5:35 pm 
 

Eldritch Horror's old demos/EPs are great.
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Aoc
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 5:51 pm 
 

Rottenrectum wrote:
This is a serious contender for best DM album to ever come out of Sweden
With Nicklas Rudolfsson in charge, nothing less can be expected.

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Folkemon_
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:07 pm 
 

Cematery - An Evil Shade of Grey
Necrophobic - The Nocturnal Silence
Benediction - Transcend the Rubicon
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Regurgitation
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:38 pm 
 

Forgot about Mortuary's Blackened Images. Great album.

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OzzyApu
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 6:43 pm 
 

Immortalis - Indicium De Mortuis
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Very dark, tainted, and has use of keys to bring out a more ominous tone. Brooding and haunted are what lurks through the tracks of this album. Very reflective of the cover art.
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Image Very good, solid Swedish death... The Vader-esque blast beats hooked me in.

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This is one of my favorite albums of all time. Unconventional rhythms and audible bass abound.

And of course you can't forget...
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Necronipple
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:25 pm 
 

Here are some that I really like:

Burial - Relinquished Souls
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Crimson Relic - Purgatory's Reign
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Ghost - The Lost of Mercy
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Polluted Inheritance - Ecocide
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ksevile
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:29 pm 
 

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"Consuming Impulse" is one of my all-time favorites, and that album cover is perfectly fitting for it.
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XSpidercideX
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:45 pm 
 

fetalfeast wrote:

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This is one of my favorite albums of all time. Unconventional rhythms and audible bass abound.



What's the band name? I can't read that.

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HumanWaste5150
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:48 pm 
 

Baphomet from the United States.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:52 pm 
 

HumanWaste5150 wrote:
Baphomet from the United States.


Ok, thanks.

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tomcat_ha
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XSpidercideX wrote:
What's the band name? I can't read that.


baphomet

ksevile wrote:
"Consuming Impulse" is one of my all-time favorites, and that album cover is perfectly fitting for it.


Consuming impulse is hardly a obscure gem

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Moravian_black_moon
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Convulse - World Without God

There's much more to this album than just a killer title. Finnish death metal with sick vocals.


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Vomiturition - A Leftover

Very energetic death metal from Finland. This band was formed by members of Cartilage.


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Megaslaughter - Calls from the Beyond

One of the most evil sounding death metal albums around that also presents an oldschool sound.

There's tons of them. Glad to see Wombbath and Authorize mentioned. Two of my favorite swedish bands.


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Shawnathan_Mory
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Oppressor- Solstice of Oppression

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VoidOfEternity
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 9:24 pm 
 

Necronipple wrote:
Here are some that I really like:

Burial - Relinquished Souls
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The awesome thing about this album is that its free from the band themselves.

Also, its awesome.

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theheinouskilling667
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This thread is a fucking goldmine.

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sickXshred
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theheinouskilling667 wrote:
This thread is a fucking goldmine.


Fact. I'm new to this forum, what are the rules regarding mediafire/megaupload/whatever links? Other ones I've posted on have prohibited it. If this one doesn't, maybe this can be an upload thread?

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Immorbid
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theheinouskilling667 wrote:
This thread is a fucking goldmine.


Seconded.
With some spare time, I'll get to know most of them, eventually.
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Immorbid wrote:
It's not really old-school (actually, it's more of "old-school worship") but Bloodbath is an amazing band. Axe is a beast at drumming and Mr. Akerfeldt makes the devil proud with his signature growling.

Well, 'old school' is just refers to an old style. The music can be in that style without being old in itself. Hence Tribulation, who despite all the praise they're getting have mostly made a shallow echo of Clandestine or Like an Ever Flowing Stream. Blood Mortized is a new band who have me more interested. Their self titled album is out this year and sounds promising.

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Septic Grave - Caput Mortuum (EP)

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If this band got more recognition and released a full-length as good as Caput Mortuum, they'd be up there with Dismember right now.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:26 am 
 

any album by judgement day(hol) is worth a listen, if you love osdm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMBogkj4_LA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtQgX0nOfk8

if anyone wants to hear that septic grave ep that the previous poster mentioned, click this link
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This thread is great! I'm getting so many new leads.
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sickXshred wrote:
theheinouskilling667 wrote:
This thread is a fucking goldmine.


Fact. I'm new to this forum, what are the rules regarding mediafire/megaupload/whatever links? Other ones I've posted on have prohibited it. If this one doesn't, maybe this can be an upload thread?


I don't think they're allowed, I know blogspots are banned from being posted.

In what context were you trying to post download links? If you want to download something, just look it up in Google with blogspot on the end. For example "Peice of Time blogspot" and you can easily find a download link. If that wasn't what you were going to do, tell me and I'll try and help.

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With Authorize and Wombbath mentioned, I feel obligated to nominate Gorement's The Ending Quest as well as Nirvana 2002's compilation of old stuff released this year.


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sickXshred
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theheinouskilling667 wrote:
sickXshred wrote:
theheinouskilling667 wrote:
This thread is a fucking goldmine.


Fact. I'm new to this forum, what are the rules regarding mediafire/megaupload/whatever links? Other ones I've posted on have prohibited it. If this one doesn't, maybe this can be an upload thread?


I don't think they're allowed, I know blogspots are banned from being posted.

In what context were you trying to post download links? If you want to download something, just look it up in Google with blogspot on the end. For example "Peice of Time blogspot" and you can easily find a download link. If that wasn't what you were going to do, tell me and I'll try and help.


oh, i know how to find stuff no problem, however some stuff, especially if it's obscure, takes a little bit more time to find and if everyone posting were to upload it and say "check this out" we'd have a big bunch of stuff to get right here in one space. just easier, that's all.

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Morgue - Eroded Thoughts

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Doomy death metal not too far from Autopsy or even Winter (during some of the slowest bits). Nice low-pitched growls and great solos abound.
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Procreation "Incantations of demonic lust for corpses of the fallen"

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AppleQueso
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certainly one of my favorites, Thanatos - Realm of Ecstasy:
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Great thread in principle, I wish people posted more than just lists, though.
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