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35 Years Of Death Metal
It seems hard to believe that the most barbaric, brutish, and bloodthirsty form of music the world has ever known has now been around for 35 savage years. It almost defies logic that such an intense musical form could have such lasting influence. Nonetheless, through all the trends that have come and gone, Death Metal stands tall. As a beacon of brutality, a monolith of malice, an obelisk of obscenity, Death Metal is impossible to ignore. Most are repulsed by its imagery and horrified by its sounds, but for the initiated, Death Metal is a way of life.
We here at Pull The Plug Patches present to you our favorite album for each year since 1985. No list can ever be definitive, and we’re certain that our choices will be debated, but these are 35 albums that helped to define and subsequently redefine the Death Metal landscape. We had only one rule in compiling this list: no single band could be represented more than once.
Here’s to 35 more years of mayhem and malevolence!
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76: 🏴 Saor - Forgotten Paths (February 15, Avantgarde Music)
Andy Marshalls one-man project has grown significantly in popularity within the epic/atmo black scene. While the new album takes a slightly different direction to previous ones (less grandiosity, shorter runtime), it feels like an album of absolute precision and radiates a certain level of songwriting maturity. All the other components we know and love are still present - saturating atmosphere, folksy intricacies and typically aggressive melodic black metal. A fine addition to the collection.
75: 🇵🇷 Avandra - Descender (April 26, Blood Music)
A contemplative and soothing prog album that does a great job of flowing smoothly - meatier tracks in all the right spots, dreamy interludes providing perfect breaks and groovy riffs upping the ante when required. Soulful vocals influenced by artists like Seal (or so the hype sticker says), give the band a bit of a unique sound, one more meditative than most bands of a similar breed. Perhaps a fraction too long, but the quality more than makes up for it.
74: 🇺🇸 False - Portent (July 1, Gilead Media)
Embracing the more technically challenging and chaotic modern approach to black metal, False deliver an album with a sense of urgency that is largely unchallenged in the BM scene this year. The drums deserve a special mention for their impressive range, versatility & speed, even for such extreme music. The vocals / guitars power through an arsenal full of different approaches to assault by ear. And after three massive tracks, the albums ambient fade reduces itself into... nothing.
73: 🇩🇪 Downfall Of Gaia - Ethic Of Radical Finitude (February 8, Metal Blade Records)
I absolutely love the production on this album. The effectiveness of the clean and concise songwriting, powerful riffs and innovative songwriting is only enlarged by the fact that the album sounds so massive, the drums sounding like they were recorded in a 20-foot high cave and the guitars seemingly echoing through a complex of catacombs. Such a well refined and slightly nuanced approach to atmospheric and post-black metal, with the structures and long tracklengths working well.
Bathory - Bathory 1984 Sweden
Venom - Welcome to Hell 1981 UK .
Holding in my hands is two debut albums each with incalculable influence. It just cannot be overstated the level of influence that each of these albums has brought to various perspective forms of Metal. Clearly Venom influenced Bathory's debut but that's right about where the end of the race begins. Venom would churn out more salacious material in ode to the dark one, a teacher and anti-establishment (among other themes) on the next couple albums while Bathory's secret weapon, Quorthon, had much deeper and more majestic idea's brewing musically (not lyrically yet) in his cauldron of icy darkness and with plums of a much more serious approach. Venom Vs Bathory, not really a fair contest but certainly an entertaining thought as I wonder, who was the more influential Band? Bathory Hands down in my opinion. I can't take away anything from Venom's debut as Quorthon had an additional several years to shape influence whereas obviously Venom had to draw more from less source in 1981. Technically a debut album in the same vein as Venom's debut should be 3 years better if released 3 years later during these early days of Extreme Metal or whatever you want to call it if not being forced to call it NWOBHM or First Wave Black Metal. Venom's album is the favorite for me but it's not the better album, that would go to Bathory in my opinion for the stronger songwriting, more efficient use of musical instruments and for creating an aura around the album that definitely seems much more surrealistic. Both are historical masses and essential lineage to audibly understanding where so much of the stuff we listen to today came from. .
Who is the more influential Band and which album is the better one? .
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