Death (metal band)
Death is an American death metal band based in Orlando, Florida, founded in 1983 by guitarist and vocalist Chuck Schuldiner. Death is taken into account one among the foremost influential bands in heavy metal and a pioneering force within the extreme metal sub-genre of death metal. Their debut album, Scream Bloody Core, is widely considered the primary death metal record (though there has been some controversy over the claim since Boaz’s first album, Seven Churches, and Necrophagia’s first album, Season of the Dead, was previously released).
Death had a rotating line, and Schultiner was the sole stable member. The band’s style has improved from the first sound of its first two albums to the more sophisticated in its later stages. The band was discontinued after Schultiner died of glioma and pneumonia in December 2001, but heavy metal features a lasting influence.
Early history (1983-1987)
Founded by Chuck Schulteiner in 1983 under the first name of Mantas in Orlando, Florida,   Death was one among the earliest pioneers of death metal sounding with California possessions. within the late ’80s, the band was part and parcel of defining the death metal scene, which gained international recognition by releasing albums through several acts.
Along with Kam Lee (Barney Kamalani Lee) and Rick Ross (Frederick Dillo), Schultiner began composing songs released in 1984 on several rehearsals.   The tapes, along side the Death By Metal demo, quickly spread throughout the tape-trader world, establishing the band’s name. In 1984, Schultiner disbanded the mantas and shortly started a replacement band called Death. In a piece of writing written by Tim Aymer in December 2010, Chuck Schuldiner renamed the Death Band to form his experience of his brother Frank’s death a “positive one.”  Its members include an equivalent Rick Ross and Cam Lee. Another demo has been released, called the Terrorist regime. 
In 1985, the Infernal Death Tape was recorded and released. Rick Ross left the band in early 1985. Cam Lee played with Scott Carlson and Matt Olivo, bassist and guitarist, respectively, for a brief time within the Genocide Orchestra (later renamed Violence). However, Kamu had some “personal problems” that forced him out of the band. Olivo and Carlson quickly left.  Schultiner visited the San Francisco Bay Area and hired Dirty Rotten Impace drummer Eric Brecht, who later recorded from the Dead Demo. However, Chuck wasn’t proud of this death incarnation and returned to Florida without a band. In 1986, Schuldiner received a call for participation from early Canadian thrash metal band Slaughter to play on their album, which he accepted and moved to Canada. However, it only lasted fortnight , and he returned to the States. He moved back to Florida then back to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he joined 17-year-old drummer Chris Reifert. They recorded a demo demo, which led to a affect Import Distribution-owned Combat Records (which later became Relativity, later Sony), which enabled them to record the primary LP.
Scream Bloody Core was released in 1987 and is widely considered a sort of template for death metal. Schultiner briefly had a second guitarist , John Hand, but Hand didn’t appear on the album (despite his photo). At this point Schultiner returned to Florida and parted ways with Reifert, who chose to remain in California. There, Schultiner joined former band player Rick Ross and two members of Ross’ band assassination, Terry Butler and Bill Andrews.
Middle Ages (1988-1992)
In 1988, a series of leprosy was recorded. After much touring support for the album, including a fast and ill-planned tour of Europe, Rick Ross was fired in 1989. Found on James Murphy, his third album Spiritual Healing was recorded in Tampa within the summer of 1989. Murphy left the band. this point Schultiner dropped the theme of the song “Gore” for more social criticism and added melody to the band’s sound. 
In 1990, before a eu tour, Schuldiner decided against the trip, saying he felt the eleventh hour tour wasn’t adequately organized (and cited the group’s previous erratic European tour in 1988). to satisfy the band’s contractual obligations, Andrews and Butler continued the tour of Europe as ‘Death’, replacing Schultiner with Walter Traxler (guitar) and Louis Carisalas (vocals), which caused Schultzner’s shock and disgust. Schultiner took action and Butler and Andrews were faraway from the group.