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Scream Bloody Gore is the debut album by American band Death, released in 1987 and considered “the first true death metal record”. Chuck Schuldiner plays bass, wrote all the songs on the album and provides vocals in addition to guitar for the album. John Hand is noted on the cover as playing rhythm guitar, though this was incorrect and Hand was only in the band for a short period and was not on the recording. This is also the only Death album to feature drummer Chris Reifert, who had joined for the Mutilation demo.
Scream Bloody Gore is perhaps the first death metal prototype, and “clearly defined [death metal’s] true essence for the first time”,“which would qualify as the first true death metal album”, declared music biographer Joel McIver, who also noted that “Scream Bloody Gore was a turning-point in extreme metal”.
Writer Ian Christe stated in Sound of the Beast: The Complete Headbanging History of Heavy Metal that “Scream Bloody Gore emulated hardcore punk. It also evoked the dark moods of horror sound tracks from the drive-in zombie and cannibal horror films of George Romero”.Metal Forces described the album as “death metal at its utmost extreme, brutal, raw and offensive - the kind that separates the true death metallers from countless trend-following wimps”
Certain songs on the album were inspired by horror movies. For example, Regurgitated Guts was inspired by the film City of the Living Dead a.k.a. The Gates of Hell, Beyond the Unholy Grave was influenced by the movie The Beyond, and Zombie Ritual was inspired by Zombie, all of which were films directed by Italian director Lucio Fulci.