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Death Metal Classics - Part 1

Malevolent Creation - Retribution - 1992

Suffocation - Effigy of the Forgotten - 1991

Morbid Angel - Altars of Madness - 1989

Gorguts - Considered Dead - 1991

Death - Spiritual Healing - 1990

Deicide - Legion - 1992

Cancer - Death Shall Rise - 1991

Obituary - Cause of Death - 1990

Autopsy - Metal Funeral - 1991 

Pestilence - Consuming Impulse - 1989

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Death Metal Classics - Part 3

Death - Leprosy - 1988

Deicide - Deicide - 1990

Asphyx - The Last One on Earth - 1992

Incantation - Onward to Golgotha - 1992

Gorguts - The Erosion of Sanity - 1993

Autopsy - Severed Survival - 1989

Immolation - Dawn of Possession - 1991

Cryptopsy - None So Vile - 1996

Vader - The Ultimate Incantation - 1992

Malevolent Creation - The Ten Commandments - 1991

Metal By Numbers 12/11: The Charts Show a Bit of Common Courtesy

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1991. Considered Dead

 is the first album by Gorguts , had guest appearances by  Chris Barnes (backing vocals on “Bodily Corrupted”, “Rottenatomy” and “Hematological Allergy.

and Inoculated Life,” featuring a guest guitar solo from Death legend James Murphy), it’s easy to see why Gorguts were considered sure-fire candidates to lead death metal into a bright future. Sadly, the band’s record company, Roadrunner, felt otherwise, inexplicably dropping Gorguts after just one more album.

Luc Lemay    Sylvain Marcoux    Eric Giguere   Stephane Provencher