A List Of Symphonic Death Metal Albums


Edited from 'top 5' to an collection of metal albums in the symphonic death sub-genre. Recommendations are welcome.

Created by: CyberSymphony | 16.03.2010



1. Aeternam - Disciples Of The Unseen
2009 - Canada
2. Arch Of Hell - One Day
2009 - Czech Republic
3. Atrocity - Atlantis
2004 - Germany
4. Brymir - Breathe Fire to the Sun
2011 - Finland
5. Dark Lunacy - Devoid
2000 - Italy
6. Dark Lunacy - Forget-Me-Not
2003 - Italy
7. Dawn Of Tears - Descent
2006 - Spain
8. Depressed Mode - ..For Death
2009 - Finland
9. Dissonance in Majesty - New Disorder
2013 - USA
10. Dominia - Divine Revolution
2006 - Russia
11. Empyrean - Quiet​us
2008 - Australia
12. Eternal Tears Of Sorrow - Before The Bleeding Sun
2006 - Finland
13. Ex Deo - Caligvla
2012 - Cananda
14. Fleshgod Apocalypse - Agony
2011 - Italy
15. Fleshgod Apocalypse - Labyrinth
2013 - Italy
16. Gorgon - Titanomachy
2016 - France
17. Hollenthon - Domus Mundi
1999 - Austria
18. Hollenthon - With Vilest Of Worms To Dwell
2001 - Austria
19. Inactive Messiah - Be My Drug
2006 - Greece
20. Irreversible Mechanism - Infinite Fields
2015 - Belarus
21. Kalisia - Cybion
2009 - France
22. Karlahan - A Portrait Of Life
2009 - Spain
23. Mayan - Quarterpast
2011 - The Netherlands
24. Meadow's End - Sojourn
2016 - Sweden
25. Mechina - Empyrean
2013 - USA
26. Odes of Ecstasy - Deceitful Melody
2000 - Greece
27. Ouroboros - Emanations
2015 - Australia
28. Persefone - Core
2006 - Andorra
29. Red Descending - Where Dreams Come To Die
2008 - Australia
30. The Monolith Deathcult - Trivmvirate
2008 - The Netherlands
31. Septicflesh - Communion
2008 - Greece
32. Septicflesh - The Great Mass
2011 - Greece
33. Serenity In Murder - The First Frisson Of The World
2011 - Japan
34. Shade Empire - Omega Arcane
2013 - Finland
35. Sidious - Revealed in Profane Splendour
2014 - UK
36. Skyfire - Esoteric
2009 - Sweden
37. Waltari - Yeah! Yeah! Die! Die! Death Metal Symphony In Deep C
1996 - Finland
38. Whispered - Thousand Swords
2010 - Finland
39. Whorion - The Reign of the 7th Sector
2015 - Finland
40. Wintersun - Time I
2012 - Finland
41. Vesania - God The Lux
2005 - Poland
42. Xerath - II
2011 - United Kingdom



Disclaimer: All top lists are unofficial and do not represent the point of view of the MS Staff.
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31.08.2011 - 01:15
BeastOfMetal456
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Fleshgod Apocalypse might get into this list.
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01.09.2011 - 12:44
Metal_4Ever
ETOS ain't "Symphonic Death" also "Dominia".
and BTW what Beast said, you should add Fleshgod Apocaypse in your list, awesome band!!
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27.02.2013 - 18:46
Rhiannon
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Nice list I also like Hollenthon, Mayan, Waltari, Septicflesh and Fleshgod Apocalypse, and I will definetely check out some other bands from here.
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06.08.2013 - 01:53
Erik M.
Wait a second, I remember viewing this list before but now I know a lot more on it than before.

Anyway, nice list you got here. I know of course Dark Lunacy, Fleshgod Apocalypse (not the album featured here though), Kalisia (really weird stuff and actually reminded me of Ayreon for some reason, but it seems more people got that idea), Mayan (very good album, not amazing in the slightest though), Septicflesh and last but not least Shade Empire.

Overall I don't enjoy pure death metal a lot, but when it's more symphonic it definitely helps.
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06.08.2013 - 01:57
Pennywise
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So many overlooked great bands and albums, Devoid by Dark Lunacy should be a standard known album like Blackwater Park.
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06.08.2013 - 19:30
CyberSymphony
Ollie
Written by Erik M. on 06.08.2013 at 01:53

Wait a second, I remember viewing this list before but now I know a lot more on it than before.

Anyway, nice list you got here. I know of course Dark Lunacy, Fleshgod Apocalypse (not the album featured here though), Kalisia (really weird stuff and actually reminded me of Ayreon for some reason, but it seems more people got that idea), Mayan (very good album, not amazing in the slightest though), Septicflesh and last but not least Shade Empire.

Overall I don't enjoy pure death metal a lot, but when it's more symphonic it defintely helps.

I was really keen on the idea of having atmospheric/symphonic elements in death metal, as most (female-fronted) symphonic bands were getting plainer and less original. Added a few more bands/albums.
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25.10.2013 - 18:26
Creativinity
Written by Guest on 06.08.2013 at 01:57

So many overlooked great bands and albums, Devoid by Dark Lunacy should be a standard known album like Blackwater Park.


Totally agree. Devoid, Forget-Me-Not, & The Diarist should be universally essential to any symphonic death metal fan.
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