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But there are un official deathmetal abnds as well here are some of them:Brujeria
Web of Razors(COB)
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Deathmetal is a low sounding violent assult on all your cense and it is becoming evermore popular in the subculters of todays youth. bands like cannibal corpse and slayer with some what satanic lyrics and punching chords todays youth have no choice but to become the children of the new disease.
here is an qutobioThe Story:
Back in Buffalo,NY in 1989 the breaking up of two bands, Tirant Sin and Beyond Death, resulted in
the creation of a monster called "Cannibal Corpse". The group recorded a demo in Niagara Falls, NY
entitled "Cannibal Corpse", not "Suffocation" like many of you think.
The demo caught the eye of Metal Blade Records and the band was signed right away. The birth of
"Eaten' Back To Life" was the first step to being the GODS of death metal. Check out the
discography section for a complete listing of albums and song titles.
There have been several changes in the line-up throughout the bands's history, First the departure of
Bob Rusay. Listen to the first album & you will understand why. Without Jack Owen, the
guitar-playing on the album would sound like mud. The acquisition of fellow Buffalonian Rob Barrett,
who had also played in Dark Deception, Solstice and Malevolent Creation was a welcomed change.
Rob left Cannibal Corpse in late 97' to persue other areas.
Next came the departure of Chris Barnes who later formed his own band, Six Feet Under. This
occured during the recording of "Vile" which was, at the time, tentatively entitled "Created to Kill".
Thats where George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher came into play. He has been a change for the better and
has done a great job in filling the shoes of a great singer for his time.
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