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The discography of Death consists of seven studio albums and four live albums. Death was an American death metal band formed in 1983. The band's founder, Chuck Schuldiner, is considered "a pioneering force in death metal". The band ceased to exist after Schuldiner died of brain cancer in 2001, though it remains an enduring death metal legacy. As of 2008, Death had sold over 2 million albums worldwide, with over 500,000 copies sold by December 2009 in the U.S. alone making them the top-selling de
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May 06, 2021 · Death albums ranked from best to worst 1. “Symbolic” (1995) 2. “Human” (1991) 3. “Individual Thought Patterns” (1993) 4. “Scream Bloody Gore” (1987) 5. “Leprosy” (1988) 6. The Sound of Perseverance (1998) 7. “Spiritual Healing” (1990)
- Symbolic (1995) Amongst the monumental acclaim and praise that surrounded Human there is something about 1995’s Symbolic that truly sets it apart from the flock.
- Human (1991) Hot on the heels of its predecessor, Human undoubtedly saw an exponential leap forward in innovation. With Schuldiner surrounded by the most virtuosic collection of members in the band’s history, it was no wonder this multifaceted masterpiece became Death’s best selling, and highest acclaimed album.
- Scream Bloody Gore (1987) The album that birthed a new generation of metalheads. Scream Bloody Gore was to inadvertently provide the embryonic blueprint for what was to become the death metal genre.
- Leprosy (1988) With Scream Bloody Gore having set a new standard in extremity, 1988’s sophomore release Leprosy would end up being the final nail in Death’s thrash-tinged coffin.
It remains one of the most important death metal albums ever made, and we’re only at number 5. Recommended Track: “Pull The Plug” 4. Spiritual Healing (1990) I can already see the pitchforks and torches heading my way. Spiritual Healing over Leprosy? Really? Are you insane?