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Burial Remains – Trinity of Deception

"Burial Remains" have somehow found their own niche on the debut album. And it’s safe to say that band somehow sounds close to the 90’s version of Fleshcrawl.

Firespawn – Abominate

Firespawn have honed and refined their musical technique delivering the good quality of the modern and brutal death metal.

Wretched Fate – Fleshletting

Wretched Fate combines the old school Swedish death metal sound with the brutality of its American counterpart into a whole new beast!

Festerday – Iihtallan

Festerday isn’t a Carcass clone, this band has been around for over almost three decades now and they are firmly rooted into the death metal style.

Bloodbath – The Arrow of Satan Is drawn

Bloodbath still sounds filthy, morbid and brutal with technical qualities, this is a perfect record for fans of rotten old school death metal!!!

Carnation – Chapel of Abhorrence

Carnation’s debut album is a great release despite of the minor flaws in the album, Chapel of Abhorrence pays a very good tribute to old school death metal.

Crawl – Rituals

Rituals is consists of nine solid tracks achieved and constituted with adequate models of old school death metal without sounding identical to any death metal band from...

Demonical – Chaos Manifesto

Chaos Manifesto is a step forward towards progression and hopefully Demonical evolves from their previous albums and do what suits them the best.

Firespawn – The Reprobate

These Swedish death metal heroes (Entombed A.D., Dark Funeral, Six Feet Under, etc.) will make your head bang to songs about Jack The Ripper and other gruesome things.

The rise of a genre: melodic death metal

Join our author in an exploration of the history of one of metal's most popular genre's today: melodic death metal.