The Best of Obituary is a compilation album by death metal band Obituary, released in 2008. Internal Bleeding" – 3:01. Slowly We Rot" – 3:37. Cause of Death" – 6:31. Chopped in Half" – 3:45. Turned Inside Out" – 5:10. The End Complete" – 4:04. Final Thoughts" – 4:09. Threatening Skies" – 2:20. On the Floor" – 3:10.
The best album by Obituary is Cause Of Death which is ranked number 6,747 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 236. Obituary is ranked number 3,081 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 363. Members who like this artist also like: EPMD, Cannibal Corpse and Autopsy. Obituary - End complete (1992) - Obituary CD M5VG The Fast Free Shipping Condition: Very Good. Time left: 21m 51s. Ships to: Worldwide. OBITUARY - OBITUARY (SELF TITLED) - CD - NEW Condition: Brand New. Time left: 2h 28m 3s.
Lyrically, Obituary eschewed the usual Satan-obsessed diatribes of black metal with the kind of blood and guts, entrails-centric prose that would go on to inform the burgeoning grindcore scene, and it's that mix of unpredictability and mayhem that finds them name-dropped by countless new acts.
This Obituary discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Obituary albums can be found at the top of the list. Formed in October 1984 in Tampa, Florida, Obituary is critically acknowledged as one of the top bands that legitimized death metal, a sound that was defined with their 1989 debut, Slowly We Rot. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Obituary singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums.
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The discography of Obituary, an American death metal band, consists of ten studio albums, one live album, two compilation albums, two extended plays, two DVDs and seven music videos. Obituary was formed in Tampa, Florida in 1984 under the name Executioner (later called Xecutioner). The band spent four years playing live locally and went through several line-up changes, before changing their name to Obituary in 1988
1989 - Slowly We Rot. 1990 - Cause of Death. 1992 - The End Complete. 1997 - Back from the Dead. 2005 - Frozen in Time. 2007 - Xecutioner's Return. 2009 - Darkest Day. 2014 - Inked in Blood.
Obituary, ‘Obituary’. It takes either audacity or stupidity to release a self-titled album 30 years into your career. On their first album in nearly 10 years, dissonant avant-metal crew Oxbow tighten up their interplay and loosen the distortion, creating a broken indie-pummel not unlike Shudder to Think, Chavez or early Rollins Band. The loose cannon amidst this mix of swinging grooves and odd-angled strings is, of course, singer Eugene Robison, who rasps, yowls, falsettos, whispers and laughs through the storm.
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|3||Slowly We Rot||3:37|
|4||Cause Of Death||6:31|
|5||Chopped In Half||3:45|
|6||Turned Inside Out||5:10|
|7||The End Complete||4:04|
|8||I'm In Pain||4:01|
|11||Kill For Me||2:57|
|13||On The Floor||3:10|
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