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Review: Scream Bloody Gore (2016 Remaster) Relapse Records were charge with a sizeable task; remaster and reissue the album dubbed “the first true death metal album”; Death‘s 1987 debut Scream Bloody Gore.ReissueDate Released: 20/05/2016Label: Relapse Records
Overall, this is the definitive release of this classic record- itis unlikely that it will ever sound any better and comes in a form so expandedas to be the last word on this era of the band. “SBG” is undoubtedly one of themost important releases in the death metal- and even metal- genres.Interestingly, the same could be said for probably at least three further Deathalbums. Not a bad tally, and one that places the band in the league of Sabbath,Priest, Maiden, Metallica, and so on- albeit arguably only within their own subgenre.
01. Infernal Death
02. Zombie Ritual
03. Denial Of Life
06. Regurgitated Guts
07. Baptized In Blood
08. Torn To Pieces
09. Evil Dead
10. Scream Bloody Gore
11. Beyond The Unholy Grave
12. Land Of No Return
13. Torn To Pieces (OriginalFloridaSession)
14. Legion Of Doom (Original FloridaSession)
15. Scream Bloody Gore (Original FloridaSession)
16. Sacrificial (Original FloridaSession)
17. Mutilation (Original FloridaSession)
18. Land Of NoReturn (Original FloridaSession)
19. Baptized In Blood (Original FloridaSession)
20. Regurgitated Guts (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
21. Sacrificial (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
22. Sacrificial - Take 2 (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
23. Torn To Pieces (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
24. Do You Love Me? V1 (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
25. Infernal Death (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
26. Zombie Ritual (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
27. Beyond The Unholy Grave (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
28. Do You Love Me? V2 (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
29. Denial Of Life (Rehearsals 08-20-1986)
Death Scream Bloody Gore
Thereissuing of Death'sseminal back catalogue continues here; the debut in two disc expanded form. Thefirst disc comprises the original twelve tracks in remastered form, while thesecond disc takes in a further seventeen (17!?) versions of the songs on therecord and oddball tracks. “ScreamBloody Gore” is, arguably, the first death metal album (yes, Possessedhave a fair shout for this too, as do Celtic Frost etc etc). It finds the band onferal form, with Evil Chuck's vocals noticeably more brutal than on laterreleases. It was certainly hailed as a classic of the genre throughout the90's, but since that time, Death's latter day catalogue has seeminglyovertaken it in terms of reverence.
Truthfully,I prefer the later Death albums such as “Symbolic”(when is the remaster and repackage of that holy grail coming out??!) and “Individual Thought Patterns”, but therecan be no denying the impact of this one. The remaster sounds great; crisp andlive sounding with some tape hiss audible here and there. The thrashing beatsare very fast in places (albeit blasts are still away off in the death metalcanon).
Naturally,you cannot argue with the songs here; “ZombieRitual”, “Torn to Pieces”, “Baptized in Blood”, “Mutilation..” the list goes on. Eachtrack is an example of early death metal. For contextual purposes, it is importantto remember that just four years earlier, “KillEm All” by Metallicawas the most extreme record ever released (the Venom issue is arguable). Thisis how far metal had come in those years; faster, heavier, gnarlier, moreextreme in every way. Things would only get more extreme form here; Napalm Deathand the emergence of Grindcore all the way to ultra tech, ultra brutal modernday outfits such as Nile. The groundwork is here,though, in Chuck's guttural vocals, riffs blurring with speed, copious use ofdouble bass drums and so on. The record is not without flaws, of course- thetime changes on “Denial of Life”still sound odd to my ears- but the album stands as a classic of the time andof all time.
Ifthe album itself is an essential part of every death metaller's collection,what can be said of the bonus material? As is often the case, and as I havewritten about the Death reissues in the past, this is acompletist's dream but a nightmare for fans of hi fidelity audio everywhere.The demo versions are exactly as you'd expect. The oddities such as “Legion of Doom” are well worth a listenif you have the time, though. To go through this with a fine tooth comb to lookfor differences in songs between demo and album is a luxury that I cannotreally afford at this point, but for big fans of the band and album it could bea rewarding exercise. The inclusion of two rehearsal snapshots of “Do You Love Me” is at best mildlydiverting.
Overallthen, this is the definitive release of this classic record- it is unlikelythat it will ever sound any better and comes in a form so expanded as to be thelast word on this era of the band. Death would go on to make better records,but whether Chuck and whoever he hired would ever reach this level of influenceagain.. who is to say? “SBG” isundoubtedly one of the most important releases in the death metal- and evenmetal- genres. Interestingly, the same could be said for probably at leastthree further Death albums. Not a bad tally, and one that places the band inthe league of Sabbath, Priest, Maiden, Metallica, and so on- albeit arguablyonly within their own sub genre. Certainly, within death metal only a handfulof bands could make similar claims;thebands who only have one classic to their name are not eligible for inclusion..
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