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Release date: 1987
Style: Death metal

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01. Infernal Death
02. Zombie Ritual
03. Denial Of Life
04. Sacrificial
05. Mutilation
06. Regurgitated Guts
07. Baptized In Blood
08. Torn To Pieces
09. Evil Dead
10. Scream Bloody Gore
11. Beyond The Unholy Grave [bonus]
12. Land Of No Return [bonus]
13. Open Casket [live] [1998 remastered bonus]
14. Choke On It [live] [1998 remastered bonus]
15. Denial Of Life [live] [2008 remastered bonus]

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Lyrics (10)


Additional info
Produced by Randy Burns
Music and lyrics by Chuck Schuldiner
Cover art by Edward J. Repka

Guest review by
Yanko

Rating:
10
The year is 1987, thrash metal is in its heyday, Metallica are preparing to release "?And Justice For All" and Chuck Schuldiner is about to put the beginning of his glorious career as a musician. This is the man, who decided that metal should take a deadly shape, crating an album of not only musical, but of historic value. This is considered by many the first death metal album and I would pretty much agree with them. For the first time the lyrical concept deals with desecrating, brutal killing, a lot of blood and a lot of death.

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published 15.09.2003 | Comments (21)

Guest review by
K†ulu

Rating:
7.7
You know I really love albums on which I can hear the bass really distinctly. Well, Scream Bloody Gore is one of those albums. There are a couple of things about reviewing this album and the album itself that I think are funny. First, I have never paid attention to that distinct bass sound before I decided to review this album. Second, I started this review from this exact point, with no introduction. And third, this great raw bass sound comes from the band that used to rehearse, record, and play shows without a bassist in the early days. As Chuck once said, "Two guitars and drums, no bass...just complete raw metal." Well, fortunately bass is present on this one, and it's actually a very important feature, which adds some extra heaviness that young Chuck definitely wanted to hear on his first record.

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published 05.10.2008 | Comments (12)

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Alex F - 25.02.2012 at 17:21  
Rating: 8 "Zombie Ritual" might be one of the best songs of all time. I love going back to listen to this album
musicalkaratekid - 10.07.2012 at 14:06  
Rating: 8 This is one of the best examples of a transition between finely tuned thrash metal and raw death metal. It's also death's first album, and a sign of great things to come. I personally thought there were a few too many songs here...
AtrumHiberna - 05.10.2012 at 20:55  
Rating: 10 I prefer their early, raw works. the latter more progressive stuff just doesn't make that click to me.
Angelic Storm - 05.10.2012 at 21:15  
Rating: 10 Definitely a total classic, not just of extreme metal, but of metal generally. Along with Individual Thought Patterns, this is my fave album from Death. Much as that album set the standard for all tech death bands to follow, this one set a new standard for visceral barbarity in metal at the time. And of course, it helps that the songs are all stone cold classics! "Torn To Pieces" has to be my fave though! xD
MichaelAngeloT - 08.10.2014 at 10:32  
Rating: 6 A Thrash / Death Metal album... hmm not bad at all, maybe i dont like it so much cause i love all the other efforts they did from Leprosy and after.. but still
Toxik - 16.01.2015 at 00:08  
 
Written by Reality03 on 30.05.2013 at 15:40

Totally classic and probably Deaths 2nd best. This should get more Attention than TSOP.

IMO TSOP tends to be a bit overrated
Marcel Hubregtse - 16.01.2015 at 00:21  
 
Written by Toxik on 16.01.2015 at 00:08


IMO TSOP tends to be a bit overrated


IMO TSOP is not a bit overrated, IMO it is extremely overrated, Death's weakest album by far.
Toxik - 16.01.2015 at 19:25  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 16.01.2015 at 00:21

Written by Toxik on 16.01.2015 at 00:08


IMO TSOP tends to be a bit overrated


IMO TSOP is not a bit overrated, IMO it is extremely overrated, Death's weakest album by far.

To me it's not that bad. it's not as good as the others
Toxik - 17.01.2015 at 16:58  
 
Written by Reality03 on 16.01.2015 at 22:14

Written by Toxik on 16.01.2015 at 00:08

Written by Reality03 on 30.05.2013 at 15:40

Totally classic and probably Deaths 2nd best. This should get more Attention than TSOP.

IMO TSOP tends to be a bit overrated


Yeah, i could never understand the praise for TSOP. Its well played at all, but musically just not interesting.

And Chuck voice is not that good on TSOP
Alex F - 17.01.2015 at 21:44  
Rating: 8
Written by Toxik on 17.01.2015 at 16:58

And Chuck voice is not that good on TSOP

If by "not that good" you mean completely dreadful, then I'll have to agree with you. Unfortunately, Chuck's voice has, for me, always been what kept this album from being highly addictive. Fortunately on Leprosy the riffing is good enough for me to ignore the subpar vocals and become completely immersed in the music, but the rest of Death's discography would definitely have benefited from a different vocalist. His singing is definitely at its' worst on TSOP though, where Marcel best put it as sounding like a helium influenced Donald Duck
Toxik - 18.01.2015 at 00:22  
 
Written by Alex F on 17.01.2015 at 21:44

Written by Toxik on 17.01.2015 at 16:58

And Chuck voice is not that good on TSOP

If by "not that good" you mean completely dreadful, then I'll have to agree with you. Unfortunately, Chuck's voice has, for me, always been what kept this album from being highly addictive. Fortunately on Leprosy the riffing is good enough for me to ignore the subpar vocals and become completely immersed in the music, but the rest of Death's discography would definitely have benefited from a different vocalist. His singing is definitely at its' worst on TSOP though, where Marcel best put it as sounding like a helium influenced Donald Duck

Exactly
-Behnam- - 07.07.2015 at 16:21  
Rating: 10 Zombie Ritual YEAH
Kimakaze - 03.07.2016 at 08:34  
Rating: 10 I have sinned against the gods of death metal by not listening to this sooner...
Cynic Metalhead - 03.07.2016 at 09:20  
 
Written by Kimakaze on 03.07.2016 at 08:34

I have sinned against the gods of death metal by not listening to this sooner...


You shall be put down in hot cauldron of dead bodies of crocodiles, toss up and bbq, put down again for gravy and served to gods of death metal.
Kimakaze - 11.08.2016 at 18:39  
Rating: 10
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 03.07.2016 at 09:20

Written by Kimakaze on 03.07.2016 at 08:34

I have sinned against the gods of death metal by not listening to this sooner...


You shall be put down in hot cauldron of dead bodies of crocodiles, toss up and bbq, put down again for gravy and served to gods of death metal.


Whatever must be done to appease their wrath.

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