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1989. Slowly We Rot

  It was their debut album and is also the only album on which Obituary used E standard guitar tuning - all of Obituary’s other albums use D standard tuning. Despite this, it is widely considered as Obituary’s heaviest album.  

The album sold 250,000 copies in the US

Slowly We Rot was the only Obituary album featuring Daniel Tucker on bass. His replacement, Frank Watkins,  

John Tardy   Allen West   Trevor Peres   Daniel Tucker   Donald Tardy 

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Obituary 04 Slowly We Rot (solo)

1989. Slowly We Rot

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1991. Horrorscope

  is the fifth album byOverkill, released on September 3, 1991 ,  it was the first Overkill album to feature the duo of guitarists Merritt Gant and Rob Cannavino.

Horrorscope reached #29 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart in 1991.  As of 2010, it remains Overkill’s best-selling album of the SoundScan era, having sold over 120,000 copies in the United States. In a 2013 article by WhatCulture!, the album was ranked fourth on their list of “10 Greatest Thrash Metal Albums of All Time.

Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth   Merritt Gant   Rob Cannavino    Sid Falck   D.D. Verni 

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Sodom 08 Conjuration

1987. Persecution Mania

i love this song

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1987. Persecution Mania

 is the second album by Sodom. The album marked a drastic change of sound from proto-black metal to thrash metal. As well as defining Sodom’s sound, it exemplified the thrash metal genre at a time when it arguably peaked in popularity. The album also bore similarity to the music of other German bands such as Destruction and Kreator, and the term “Teutonic” thrash was coined from this.

Despite what the cover may imply, the lyrical themes of the album are centred more around politics and war than religion. This is largely due to guitarist Frank “Blackfire” Godznik joining the band. He brought new songwriting aspects to the band that gave it a much more organized and clearer sound, as well as helping Sodom to carve a lyrical niche that it still practices to this day. The outro guitar lead in track 9, “Bombenhagel”, is the German national anthem, “Das Lied der Deutschen”.

  Tom Angelripper   Frank Blackfire   Chris Witchhunter

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