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    Default Extremely barbaric guttural vocal death metal ala MORTICIAN, bands in same league?

    Okay sometimes I listen to early Mortician since they capture the essence of brutal Death, destroy death-metal, all do I am not a metalhead I enjoy mortal massacre, house by the cemetery, what in league whit mortician or even heavier?

    Any specialist of Brutal death whit vocal extremely guttural, bass-heavy, a drum that shredded to pieces, and guitar whit simple but killer riffs.

    I recalled a band called Symphony of Grief who were real good whit there album ''our blessed conqueror'' sadely since they become cult status band, the CD quite pricy, I can locate it but can't affored it f(word) mind my language, I have a tooth ache, and I can't sleep.

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    I consider myself a part-time metalhead but right now I'm listening to Ockeghem...I like lots of death metal bands. Entombed A.D. soon has a new album!

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    I'm not a fan of guttural voices but I liked it in Demilich.
    Maybe also because it's one of my favorite metal albums.



    But something like Cannibal corpse are maybe closer to what you're looking for
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1BuNe_N16E
    Last edited by norman bates; Aug-19-2019 at 14:04.
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    I call it "cookie monster" vocals.

    https://youtu.be/I5e6ftNpGsU

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    Lip Cream from Japan are about guttural as it gets:

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    Quote Originally Posted by norman bates View Post
    I'm not a fan of guttural voices but I liked it in Demilich.
    Maybe also because it's one of my favorite metal albums.



    But something like Cannibal corpse are maybe closer to what you're looking for
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1BuNe_N16E
    I was going to say Demilich. That is a killer album!

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    The new Devourment may set a new world record, not just for the vocals, but the whole massive weight and intensity of their sound:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YD81dcgmpxo

    Stands out to me against other bands in the style.

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    Besides Demilich, the obvious answer is Cryptopsy, especially None So Vile:


    There's also Nile, though they're not quite as guttural (actually still occasionally comprehensible):


    I'd say those three (Demilich, Cryptopsy, Nile) are the best of this sub-genre, but there are quite a few others clearly inspired by them:

    Devourment:


    Wormed:
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    The Naked City of Grindcore.

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...gpRr-bRIIMFJPs

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