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Many bands have covered the extremely simple song "Evil Dead", including Unleashed and God Dethroned. However, "Flesh And The Power It Holds" and "Spirit Crusher," both off The Sound of Perseverance, seem to ring loudest among prog death fans. And some fans think their cover of Painkiller is better than the original.
When Death started off, they were among the heaviest bands going. Their two early Gorn-oriented albums, Scream Bloody Gore and Leprosy, are, nowadays, (lyrically) quite tame compared to other, later death metal bands, especially a certain one.
It's not just in terms of heaviness, either. Quite a few metal fans have listened to Death wondering just what was so special about them, aside from the fact that they kickstarted death metal.
Tear Jerker - The ending to "Perennial Quest", where a somber acoustic guitar plays alongside a lone wailing electric guitar. This song was especially made effective by how it was placed in Death's discography: It was the last song on Symbolic, which was intended to be their last album at the time so that Chuck Schuldiner could focus more on Control Denied (who had several songs become Death songs on The Sound of Perseverance).