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Chuck Schuldiner, un muchacho de Florida con 15 años allá por 1983 junto a dos amigos Kam Lee (batería) y Rick Rozz (guitarra) tocaban en una banda llamada Mantas (como tributo al guitarrista de Venom). Grabaron una demo de cuatro temas llamado Death by Metal al mismo tiempo que se formaban otras grandes bandas dentro de la historia del metal y similares a Death: Possessed y Celtic Frost. Más tarde la banda cambia su nombre a Death y editan otro demo Reign Of Terror y, en marzo del 85 se registra su tercera demo titulada Infernal Death. Chuck se traslada a San Francisco y deja a Rick y a Kam que fundaron más tarde Massacre.

Ya en San Francisco, Chuck conoce al baterista Chris Reifert de Autopsy y al guitarrista John Hand. El grupo tuvo la colaboración en los ensayos del bajista Steve Digiorgio (Sadus) y, con un amplio elenco de temas se graba la demo que los lanzaría a su primer contrato discográfico serio: Mutilation en el año 86. Death ficha por Combat Records y un año más tarde queda registrado su primer disco: Scream Bloody Gore.

En 1988 Chuck se separa de John y Chris y vuelve Rick Rozz (guitarra) a la banda, Terry Butler en el bajo y Bill Andrews en la batería completaron la formación. Death continuó componiendo temas y vio la luz su álbum más brutal: Leprosy. Finalmente Rozz deja la banda y lo reemplaza James Murphy.

1990 marcó un punto de inflexión en la banda. El álbum Spiritual Healing demuestra mayor madurez y seriedad en el aspecto lírico así como un salto cualitativo y técnico en la instrumentación, sobre todo en las guitarras.

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    I still really, really wish I could get into the vocals on The SOund of Perseverence and Symbolic...if only there were instrumental versions (I'm aware of some released demos, but they aren't as well mixed.) Might have to try COntrol Denied again, bands like Alkaloid and ROn george's solo album renewed interest in Chuck's style.

    17 Abr 18:40 Responder
  • versionfiv

    fans of leprosy try Gruesome "new" band on Relapse Records. they play Schuldiner worship.

    16 Abr 0:43 Responder
  • LongLiveGrimes

    Proto punk's Death >>>>>>

    15 Abr 20:29 Responder
  • Kiban

    the best band ever

    15 Abr 18:39 Responder
  • RiffM4chine

    "Music for those who have no sense of aesthetics" dem stupid russians.

    14 Abr 14:43 Responder
  • thyPPKERU

    Individual Thought Patterns <3

    14 Abr 1:34 Responder
  • mikebaal

    Later Death is definitely better. Slayer is hugely overrated, and I much prefer other thrash bands. My points on the garage rock band remain.

    9 Abr 20:31 Responder
  • CriticalSwitch

    I can say the same thing about Shitdiner's band. His debut album was just a total Slayer ripoff with shittier vocals and cheesier lyrics. And I take into account that it's his only listenable album. "and arguably where the genre "death metal" gets its name" This is a common delusion invented by Shitdiner's circle jerk. Nothing can prove that.

    6 Abr 13:30 Responder
  • mikebaal

    Nope. That garage rock band just sounds like a shittier version of MC5, who were around before them and actually had a lasting legacy that doesn't depend on a recent documentary to be made about them for anyone to remember they existed. You and everyone else would have never heard of them had that documentary not been made. Nobody was talking about them before that documentary was made. Now, Death (the one that actually matters) on the other hand was and continues to be extremely influential, and arguably where the genre "death metal" gets its name.

    5 Abr 0:35 Responder
  • CriticalSwitch

    The proto-punk band was actually far more innovative and influential in terms of sound than Shitdiner's band.

    4 Abr 20:09 Responder
  • mikebaal

    Because "Death (protopunk and garage)" suck and don't matter. Just another unknown unimportant band from a bygone era to come into the spotlight entirely because a novel documentary was made about them, similar to Anvil or Rodriguez.

    4 Abr 4:41 Responder
  • Jessy_vie

    There should be a page for each band called Death. And why there's no biography and videos of Death (protopunk and garage) :/ Props to Bobby, David and Dannis.

    1 Abr 18:02 Responder
  • Stellar73

    kanto_sho "So how do we keep black metal and proto punk band apart?" I don't know as I did not know there as black metal band also?

    30 Mar 11:43 Responder
  • kanjiry_

    shit why can't shitty Last.fm have disambiguations?

    30 Mar 0:46 Responder
  • spineshank155

    People butthurt that Chuck Schuldiner created one of the best death metal bands.

    29 Mar 15:33 Responder
  • venusian_sea

    "Music for those who have no sense of aesthetics" yeah guess people who listen to rammstein have awesome sense of aesthetics lmao..what a hipster tryhard fail

    29 Mar 14:30 Responder
  • kanto_sho

    So how do we keep black metal and proto punk band apart?

    29 Mar 9:08 Responder
  • GodofDeathMetal

    Death have been one of my all-time favorite bands for over 9 years! I love 'em! I'm gonna keep on listening to 'em well into my twilight years.

    27 Mar 4:51 Responder
  • morbid_bean

    RIP Scott Clendenin

    26 Mar 1:31 Responder
  • DarK_EspY

    RIP Scott Clendenin

    25 Mar 23:49 Responder
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