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Question 1: ________: Death/doom is a style that combines the slow tempos and melancholic atmosphere of doom metal with the deep growling vocals and double-kick drumming of death metal.
Gothic metalSymphonic black metalDeath/doomBlack metal

Question 2: Possessed, a band that formed in the ________ during 1983, was attributed by Allmusic.com as having a Slayer influence on their 1985 album, Seven Churches.
San Jose, CaliforniaAlameda County, CaliforniaOakland, CaliforniaSan Francisco Bay Area

Question 3: Building from the musical structure of ________, death metal emerged during the mid 1980s.
Heavy metal musicBay Area thrash metalThrash metalExtreme metal

Question 4: The setup most frequently used within the death metal genre is two guitarists, a bass player, a vocalist and a drummer almost universally using two ________ or a double bass drum pedal.
Bass drumSnare drumTom-tom drumRototom

Question 5:
Which of the following titles did Death metal have?
Blessing With a Curse
Blessed Are They
Blessed Dead
"Blessed Are the Sick"

Question 6: There are other heavy metal music subgenres that have come from fusions between death metal and other non-metal genres, such as the fusion of death metal and ________.
BluesDixielandJazzAmerican popular music

Question 7: [15] Death metal may include ________ chord progressions and a varied song structure, rarely employing the standard verse-chorus arrangement.
Chord (music)Interval (music)SemitoneDiatonic and chromatic

Question 8: Some notable examples of deathgrind are Brujeria, Cattle Decapitation,[52] ________, Soilent Green, Pig Destroyer,[53] Circle of Dead Children and Rotten Sound.
Anomalies (album)XenosapienLucid IntervalCephalic Carnage

Question 9: Blackened death metal: is a subgenre of death metal that incorporates ________ elements.
Heavy metal musicFolk metalEarly Norwegian black metal sceneBlack metal

Question 10: According to Alex Webster, bassist of ________, "The gory lyrics are probably not, as much as people say, [what's keeping us] from being mainstream.
Cannibal CorpseChris Barnes (musician)Evisceration PlagueGeorge Fisher (musician)
















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