23:02 - yvesson Hej, okej, just checked my collection and there are three 2001 albums, but most of them dissapointment which probably made me stop buying albums.
21:56 - yvesson Hej, can't believe it, you're talking about rap in here ? I'm still stuck with my old metal CDs, the most recent must be from 1999 or something. :p
21:38 - Apothecary Like this. The beginning is fantastic, but then he just busts into the TELL ME WHO THE BITCH NIGGA HATING ON MEEEE shit afterwards and it just ruins it. Not for me [link]
21:36 - Apothecary I'm not too big a fan of Kendrick either. He is not a BAD rapper, but I feel as though when he tries to come along with the social commentary, it just kind of falls flat by him turning around and then going gangsta gangsta
21:19 - Nimlot I still don't get the hype around Kendrick, but I can't pretend any type of expertise to judge.
21:09 - 3rdWorld The Hot head track has been out for a few months now I guess. And it just as razor sharp as DG has ever been in their career. Also Kendrick Lamar is the recent rapper who blew me away & his last 2 albums were mindblowingly epic.
20:00 - Apothecary This is the track that basically convinced me that Aesop is a lyrical genius. Just look at that second verse [link]
Fields Of The Nephilim is death?
Otherwise, prime list. You are singlehandedly making the UK more and more interesting to me.
Just that album, which has a pretty sizeable death/thrash vein running through it. Probably a bit of a stretch to have it here, but as I say, good UK death is somewhat of a rarity (I'm sure there's plenty hidden out there though).
Yeah I've tried to make this list specific to things I personally enjoy instead of an exhaustive list of bands. That being said I don't dislike those three bands, Amputated are fun live, but I dunno, I don't really ever listen to them so I feel like if I added them I'd end up adding other bands that I don't mind, rather than ones I genuinely listen to every now and then and keep it a list of the best of the country. That being said, I may stretch to a couple of these to balance things out and to hit that elusive 30 mark.
As for Cancer, I dunno, they never really did anything for me.
Never thought of Akercocke as Death Metal?!? At least not pure DM. Seemed more black (and wanky) than Death.
And both Napalm Death and Lock Up are mainly grind. Surely Napalm Death would've been better represented by Harmony Corruption or Utopia Banished?
Yet not a single Carcass album?!? But Benediction are present?
If you don't think Akercocke's last 3 albums are 80%+ death metal then you need to go back and listen to them. Only their first two could be considered predominantly black metal, maybe not even the second album actually.
And new-era Napalm Death and Lock-Up are as much death as they are grind, and thus classifiable as deathgrind, and thus warrant a place here.
Personally I think it is more death metal than doom.
A lot of death metal in there indeed, but it's more regarded a doom metal classic rather than a death metal classic. Well, specifically it's of course regarded a doom death classic so in that sense you're right because doom death means death metal with doom metal elements. But I still wouldn't add it to this list simply because of the doom in the sound. This list is for death metal, not death doom or doom death.