Schuldiner's personal comment
on the Death studio albums
Rock Hard / Germany
Article: Mit der Achterbahn in die Titty-Bar
Written by: Boris Kaiser
Published: October 1998
Gore - 1987
Back then I was a
completely different person. I played the guitar
for only two years so the song structures were very
simple. The album sounds very rough but I'm still
proud of it.
This cd suprised
some people. We wanted a pure production at that
time, for some people it was too pure. We lost some
fans but we gained more.
Patterns - 1993
This album means
a lot to me and also surprised some people. It was
extremely progressive and had catchy melodies. The
line-up with Gene Hoglan and Steve DiGiorgio was
an absolute killer. Our absolute "Fuck-Limits"
Leprosy - 1988
This record was a
big step forward and made people realize we did
more than only produce noise. The production was
a lot better also.
Human - 1991
Human was very, very
important! The cd left off with the aggression of
Spiritual Healing but was far more melodic and our
most progressive album until now still. We used
to experiment a lot in those days.
Symbolic - 1995
more solid and less complex without getting off
track. Again a great step ahead.
The Sound Of Perseverance
The new record is
a good bastard of the former three and a sign in
which direction we will head in the future.
by YK/AS for EmptyWords-Published on March 31 1999