#1
It seems a fitting descriptor would be the "Death Rush": that part of the song where the artist may or may not have dispensed with a polite intro and barrels into a balls-to-the-wall sonic assault: blasting, tremolo picking, firing on all cylinders and -- most importantly -- layering on a bestial roar that may or may not include several band members, lesser demons, power tools, and no doubt some farm animals for good measure, and the longer and more the screaming the better. I don't think an album feels complete without one such track on it somewhere. Does this device have a name already?

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And perhaps my personal favourite:
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EDIT: fucking youtube links, how do they work?
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#3
severed-metal 
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Prime example!

One of those that comes back for more... isn't that fucking satisfying.
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#6


The contrast between the part that begins at 4:45 and the one that begins at 6:33 is uncanny

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#8
Serpents was the last good Deicide album.

Giving Blasphemy Made Flesh some love today, and christ do they open in some repulsive fucking ways:

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