Top Extreme Music Logos Of All Time As Chosen By DECIBEL Magazine

The staff of Decibel magazine has has ranked the "Top 40 Extreme Music Band Logos of All Time" for its December 2004 issue, which is scheduled to hit the newsstands November 7. The complete list is as follows:

01. SLAYER
02. DARKTHRONE
03. GODFLESH
04. MORBID ANGEL
05. MOTORHEAD
06. MAYHEM
07. METALLICA
08. POSSESSED
09. A.C.
10. NEUROSIS
11. CARCASS
12. BLACK FLAG
13. DEATH
14. OBITUARY
15. THE HAUNTED
16. MARDUK
17. NUCLEAR ASSAULT
18. EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN
19. CRASS
20. NAPALM DEATH
21. VENOM
22. EMPEROR
23. CONVERGE
24. YOUNG GODS
25. VOIVOD
26. AUTOPSY
27. SEPULTURA
28. D.R.I.
29. IMMORTAL
30. BOLT THROWER
31. PARADISE LOST
32. CELTIC FROST
33. ABRUPTUM
34. DARK FUNERAL
35. ENTOMBED
36. DISCHARGE
37. CATHEDRAL
38. DISCORDANCE AXIS
39. TODAY IS THE DAY
40. TERRORIZER

More information on Decibel magazine is available at www.decibelmagazine.com.

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