"Evil Dead", a new or old song from Chuck Schuldiner's pre-Death material from his first band Mantas is now available below for streaming. Death By Metal is brutally raw in sound of an entire genre being born out of the basement of Chuck Schuldiner's Florida home close to 3 decades ago; a compilation and deluxe collection of the group's first two demos and a rehearsal from 1984 penned to be released on June 19th in North America, June 22nd in Benelux / Germany, and June 25th in the UK and rest of Europe via Relapse Records.

The collection will be released as a CD, limited edition deluxe 2CD, LP, digital download and a limited collector's edition containing the deluxe 2CD, LP on an exclusive color, exclusive demo cover T-Shirt, and a reproduction of the original Death By Metal demo cassette.

Death By Metal follows the recent Relapse Records re-issues of Death's Vivus!, Individual Thought Patterns and The Sound Of Perseverance. Like those reissues, this collection will contain extensive liner notes, this time featuring renowned metal biographer Ian Christe and former Mantas guitarist Rick Rozz in addition to never-before-seen photos of the band. The complete tracklist for both discs can be found below.





Death By Metal tracklist:

Disc I [Death By Metal (1st Version) Demo]
01. Legion Of Doom
02. Evil Dead
03. Mantas
04. Death By Metal
05. Power Of Darkness


[Death By Metal (2nd Version) Demo]
06. Legion Of Doom
07. Power Of Darkness
08. Death By Metal
09. Evil Dead


[Rehearsal Early 1984 - Rehearsal]
10. Legion Of Doom
11. Mantas
12. Death By Metal
13. Evil Dead
14. Rise Of Satan


Disc II [Deluxe Edition Only]
Emotional Rehearsal Demo 1984 - Rehearsal
01. Legion Of Doom - Take 1
02. Legion Of Doom - Take 2
03. Legion Of Doom - Take 3
04. Evil Dead - Take 1 5. Evil Dead - Take 2
06. Mantas - Take 1
07. Mantas - Take 2


[Live at Knights Of Columbus Hall, Orlando, FL 09/01/1984]
08. Legion Of Doom
09. Zombie
10. Demon Flight
11. Death By Metal
12. Evil Dead
13. Power Of Darkness
14. Black Magic
15. Evil Chuck Solo
16. Beyond The Unholy Grave
17. Poison


Source: youtube.com
Band profile: Death
 
Posted: 23.05.2012 by BudDa



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a MasT - 23.05.2012 at 21:23  
.....stop....somebody stop relapse.
Lit. - 23.05.2012 at 21:57  
Written by a MasT on 23.05.2012 at 21:23

.....stop....somebody stop relapse.


Stop a record company from releasing rare material that's extremely difficult to find in prime condition for fans of the most influencial bands in metal (or at least the frontman's earlier band) to collect in various ways such as limited edition/vinyl/CD so they can further complete the collection of their favorite band/artist?
You're right. The bastards must be stopped.
Troy Killjoy - 23.05.2012 at 22:10  
Written by Lit. on 23.05.2012 at 21:57
Stop a record company from releasing rare material that's extremely difficult to find in prime condition for fans of the most influencial bands in metal (or at least the frontman's earlier band) to collect in various ways such as limited edition/vinyl/CD so they can further complete the collection of their favorite band/artist? You're right. The bastards must be stopped.

I'm always against useless re-releases and remasters and crap like that, but you're right in this instance. This is anything but unnecessary, and a very smart move by the label. Win-win situation here. Fans get rare material, label makes money.
BreadGod - 23.05.2012 at 22:36  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 23.05.2012 at 22:10

Written by Lit. on 23.05.2012 at 21:57
Stop a record company from releasing rare material that's extremely difficult to find in prime condition for fans of the most influencial bands in metal (or at least the frontman's earlier band) to collect in various ways such as limited edition/vinyl/CD so they can further complete the collection of their favorite band/artist? You're right. The bastards must be stopped.

I'm always against useless re-releases and remasters and crap like that, but you're right in this instance. This is anything but unnecessary, and a very smart move by the label. Win-win situation here. Fans get rare material, label makes money.

I'm really excited about this release. I'm also really glad that they cleaned up the production on the demos. I remember listening to mp3 rips of these demos way back in 2006-2007 (somewhere around there, I can't remember exactly) and the production was so bad it was almost unlistenable.
BitterCOld - 23.05.2012 at 22:48  
Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?
TrollandDie - 23.05.2012 at 23:33  
Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?



Don't encourage them...
Angelic Storm - 24.05.2012 at 00:24  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 23.05.2012 at 22:10
I'm always against useless re-releases and remasters and crap like that, but you're right in this instance. This is anything but unnecessary, and a very smart move by the label. Win-win situation here. Fans get rare material, label makes money.


I couldn't agree more with this.

I can only imagine what it must have been like hearing those demos when they first made the rounds in the undergound tape trading scene...
Troy Killjoy - 24.05.2012 at 00:29  
Written by Angelic Storm on 24.05.2012 at 00:24
I can only imagine what it must have been like hearing those demos when they first made the rounds in the undergound tape trading scene...

I imagine more than a few minds were blown. Obviously nowadays the material doesn't have the same weight but back then I bet it just felt like getting hit by a truck.
Mr. Doctor - 24.05.2012 at 00:35  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 23.05.2012 at 22:10
I'm always against useless re-releases and remasters and crap like that, but you're right in this instance. This is anything but unnecessary, and a very smart move by the label. Win-win situation here. Fans get rare material, label makes money.


This doesn't seem too different than those Zero Tolerance albums. But even back then I didn't really find it bad.
exomorphyx89 - 24.05.2012 at 01:07  
Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?


... or a hologram Dio!
Chobo_jokeR - 24.05.2012 at 01:15  
Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?


I think that cost Dr. Dre something like 10 million or something ridiculous... don't think that's in the cards for Chuck lol.
BitterCOld - 24.05.2012 at 01:18  
Written by Chobo_jokeR on 24.05.2012 at 01:15

Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?


I think that cost Dr. Dre something like 10 million or something ridiculous... don't think that's in the cards for Chuck lol.


i think it was less than that, and a huge portion of the sunk cost going in to initial development. i imagine it is easier to replicate moving forward.

but yeah, still out of a measly DM band's budget. Just had to go there as Chuck shit is showing up like Tupac... unearthing rare songs, unreleased songs, rehearsals, what-not and marketing the shit out of them. a holo Chuckleganger on stage with the band seemed a humorous next step.
Troy Killjoy - 24.05.2012 at 01:27  
I wonder if fans would try to shoot a Dimebag hologram...
Chobo_jokeR - 24.05.2012 at 01:31  
Written by BitterCOld on 24.05.2012 at 01:18

Written by Chobo_jokeR on 24.05.2012 at 01:15

Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?


I think that cost Dr. Dre something like 10 million or something ridiculous... don't think that's in the cards for Chuck lol.


i think it was less than that, and a huge portion of the sunk cost going in to initial development. i imagine it is easier to replicate moving forward.

but yeah, still out of a measly DM band's budget. Just had to go there as Chuck shit is showing up like Tupac... unearthing rare songs, unreleased songs, rehearsals, what-not and marketing the shit out of them. a holo Chuckleganger on stage with the band seemed a humorous next step.


I went to a CNN and it said 10million then another source talks to the company that made it and they said 100k-400k so meh, who knows lol.

Haha yeah, I knew what you were getting at I was just being ridiculous. I think all the 2Pac releases have finally ceased at least...hopefully the Death ones follow suit.
AngelofDeth - 24.05.2012 at 03:56  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 24.05.2012 at 01:27

I wonder if fans would try to shoot a Dimebag hologram...

I laughed. now im contemplating if thats fucked up or not... and prolly will never come to a conclusion.
Lonniehaskel - 24.05.2012 at 08:38  
Written by BitterCOld on 24.05.2012 at 01:18

Written by Chobo_jokeR on 24.05.2012 at 01:15

Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?


I think that cost Dr. Dre something like 10 million or something ridiculous... don't think that's in the cards for Chuck lol.


i think it was less than that, and a huge portion of the sunk cost going in to initial development. i imagine it is easier to replicate moving forward.

but yeah, still out of a measly DM band's budget. Just had to go there as Chuck shit is showing up like Tupac... unearthing rare songs, unreleased songs, rehearsals, what-not and marketing the shit out of them. a holo Chuckleganger on stage with the band seemed a humorous next step.


ROFL Chuckleganger
Marcel Hubregtse - 24.05.2012 at 08:54  
Written by BreadGod on 23.05.2012 at 22:36

I'm really excited about this release. I'm also really glad that they cleaned up the production on the demos.


It doesn't say that anywhere in the news article. And I doubt they could even clean it up. And thank God if they don't.
LeChron James - 25.05.2012 at 04:51  
Written by BitterCOld on 23.05.2012 at 22:48

Death is the metal Tupac.

how much longer before they tour with a hologram Chuck?

Give it a few Wackens or Hellfests and holo-Chuck'll make his imminent appearance.

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