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What Happened To Death Metal (Demo)
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10 tracks · 28 January 2016. What Happened To Death Metal (Demo).

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Death Metal is a split album by the bands Helloween, Hellhammer, Running Wild and Dark Avenger. It contains the only recorded material of the German band Dark Avenger. The album offers an interesting snapshot of the ebullience and creativity of the Central European metal scene during the end of the early-1980s. At that time Running Wild had yet to develop their "pirate metal" schtick and considered themselves a black metal band.

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The album that arguably started death metal as a genre (one distinct from thrash) was Possessed’s Seven Churches, but the movement itself was really propelled by Death’s Scream Bloody Gore. Check out the artwork by another great metal artist, Ed Repka: There’s the strong use of reds and purples, and a high attention to detail. And when you consider how death metal album covers changed in the mid-to-late 90s, you have to wonder: What the hell happened? For many albums made after 1994, the trend turned to either weird, incredibly bad computer graphics, or plain, all-CAPS laden covers made to fit with a more hard rock image (gross). What ever happened to the darkness of albums like Seven Churches and Morbid Tales? This is one of several inflection points between death metal and black metal.

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1 Tomorrow & Beyond
2 Duro
3 Vital Fluids
4 Shiet Wizard
5 Doomed Universe
6 Satan Rides G-Bones


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