R.I.P. Ralph Santolla - DEATH Live Full Hour 7.22.93 Detroit MI "Individual Thought Patterns Tour"





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Published on May 8, 2012

Features vocalist, and guitarist, Chuck Schuldiner, guitarist Ralph Santolla, drummer Gene Hoglan and bassist Steve DiGiorgio.

The Philosopher
Suicide Machine
In Human Form
Living Monstrosity
Overactive Imagination
Lack of Comprehension
Within the Mind
Flattening of Emotions
Zombie Ritual
Pull the Plug

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The story of Death begins in Florida, around 1983, when vocalist/guitarist Chuck Schuldiner formed a band named Mantas with guitarist Rick Rozz and drummer Kam Lee. Although they'd yet to finish High School, the eager teens quickly set about trying to replicate the most excessive heavy metal sounds imaginable, which they often heard on tapes obtained via the bustling underground tape-trading circuit existent at the time. Many of these hailed from the U.K., where bands like Iron Maiden, Angel Witch, and Venom were riding high on the New Wave of British Heavy Metal; others arrived from the West Coast, where young bands like Metallica, Slayer, and Exodus were redefining the genre by injecting it with unprecedented doses of speed and energy, thus giving birth to thrash metal. All of these developments converged to spark the young Floridian's excitement, and the newly rechristened Death spent the next few years refining their chops through endless, arduous rehearsals and sporadic live performances. Their hard work and perseverance finally paid off when a three-song demo tape called Mutilation began drawing rave reviews in the metal underground, soon convincing Bay Area-based thrash specialists Combat Records to sign the group.

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