'Top 100 Death Metal Albums Of All Time' Examined In DECIBEL's Collector's Edition Issue

So far, Decibel has expelled three special collector's edition one-offs: the Thrash Metal Hall Of Fame issue, the Black Metal Hall Of Fame issue and the (sold-out) Top 100 Albums Of The 2000s issue. The magazine's fourth stab at limited-edition putridity is the best yet — this time, all of the content is 100 percent new and exclusive: The Top 100 Death Metal Albums Of All Time issue is set to slaughter souls.

Decibel's staff has painstakingly broken down the genre's most influential slabs, while extolling the virulent virtues of recent groundbreakers who refuse to merely carry the torch of legends like MORBID ANGEL, CANNIBAL CORPSE, CARCASS, DEATH or AT THE GATES. And then there's the inverted cross on top: a brand new, hard-partying Hall Of Fame on UNLEASHED's debut Swe-death classic, "Where No Life Dwells".

Check out this limited-edition corpse-grind pronto — or Decibel's special collector's edition issue bundle — available exclusively through Music Monitor Network retail stores and DecibelMagazine.com.


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