Left Hand Path

Entombed - Left Hand Path
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Based on 2 reviews
1990 Ratings: #181 / 308
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Based on 28 ratings
1990 Ratings: #20
June 4, 1990 / Release Date
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A classic death metal masterpiece and their magnum opus
An essential Death Metal Album really, and with that iconic "buzz saw" that is arguably the best guitar tone ever. "Left Hand Path" is probably the most important album to the sweedish death metal scene and it is kick ass front to back. I woudn't rank it amongst my favorite death metal albums, but i do love it still.

My biggest qualm with the album is the lack of variety throughout, but i still love pretty much every song on here.

It's a classic. The end.
One of the best albums to come out of the New York Death Metal scene, Left Hand Path is a brutal, unrelenting record that has surprising amounts of instrumental prowess amongst the sheer aggression. An essential listen for death metal fans.
Favorites: Left Hand Path, Drowned, When Life Has Ceased, Morbid Devourment, The Truth Beyond
Least Favorites: Supposed to Rot, Carnal Leftovers, Premature Autopsy
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